Our Grade 4 students just had their first experience with Robo Wunderkind robots! These robots provide a hands-on learning experience, allowing our students to build and program them using a variety of modules, including motors, light sensors, motion sensors, and more. In these interactive sessions, students work collaboratively in small groups of 2 to 4, fostering teamwork and communication skills. This collaborative approach not only enhances their understanding of technology but also nurtures problem-solving abilities as they tackle various projects together. Through the process of building and programming these robots, our 4th-grade students are not only developing crucial programming skills but also honing essential life skills. The challenges they face encourage critical thinking, creativity, and adaptability. The hands-on nature of these activities ensures that the learning goes beyond theoretical concepts, allowing our students to apply their knowledge in a practical and meaningful way.