Scouts build and program Lego robots

Twelve boys from Boy Scout Troop 604 in Moorpark learned how to build and program a Lego robot for their robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color, to make the robot do different tasks. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers ROBOTICS FUN - Brysen Bashkiroff, 12, left, and Alex Edwards, 11, watch Bashkiroff's Lego robot maneuver around while working on their robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot from Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

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ROBOTICS FUN – Brysen Bashkiroff, 12, left, and Alex Edwards, 11, watch Bashkiroff’s Lego robot maneuver around while working on their robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot from Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers LEARNING ENGINEERING - Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin, left, helps Riley Dricoll, 15, and Michael Charonnat, 16, of Boy Scout Troop 604 with their Lego robot they are building for the robotics merit badge in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

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LEARNING ENGINEERING – Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin, left, helps Riley Dricoll, 15, and Michael Charonnat, 16, of Boy Scout Troop 604 with their Lego robot they are building for the robotics merit badge in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers COMPUTER PROGRAMMING - Brady Flavin, left, and Jason Hu, both 11, of Boy Scout Troop 604 work on programming their Lego robots for the robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot from Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING – Brady Flavin, left, and Jason Hu, both 11, of Boy Scout Troop 604 work on programming their Lego robots for the robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot from Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers IT'S ALIVE! - Alex Edwards, left, and Tamien Bashkiroff (cq) of Boy Scout Troop 604 watch Bashkiroff's Lego robot maneuver around while working on their robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot from Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

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IT’S ALIVE! – Alex Edwards, left, and Tamien Bashkiroff (cq) of Boy Scout Troop 604 watch Bashkiroff’s Lego robot maneuver around while working on their robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot from Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers LEARNING ENGINEERING - Jonathan Nesheiwat (cq) of Boy Scout Troop 604 works on programming his Lego robot for the robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot from Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

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LEARNING ENGINEERING – Jonathan Nesheiwat (cq) of Boy Scout Troop 604 works on programming his Lego robot for the robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23. 12 boys from the Moorpark troop learned how to build and program a Lego robot from Carden Conejo School teacher Lisa Flavin. The boys had to use various sensors such as ultrasonic, light, sound, touch and color to make the robot do different tasks.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers ROBOTS - Jason Hu, 11, of Boy Scout Troop 604 works on his Lego robot he is building for the robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23.

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ROBOTS – Jason Hu, 11, of Boy Scout Troop 604 works on his Lego robot he is building for the robotics merit badge at Carden Conejo School in Westlake Village on July 23.

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