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Challenger Learning Center of Maine’s World Cup Series 2013

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Our students broke up into teams and created a kicker, goalie and even fans for a series of soccer games.  We used various kits and included motors, gears and motion sensors to create the players & fans for the soccer games.  We create rules of the game and the # of kicks allowed per game.  Our center played multiple games with multiple teams.  Students built, programmed and operated the soccer games all independently.
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