Robots have been used in underwater exploration for decades, and now students can join the adventure. Follow the instructions to build a mini underwater robot that really works. Directions for an online workbook with four lessons covering voltage, current, resistance, propulsion, buoyancy, and speed calculations are included. Following these are six activities that make learning how to operate the robot a fun experience.
Building the robot requires a soldering iron with solder, wire strippers and cutters, a small set of pliers, a small flathead screwdriver, and a ruler, all sold separately. Lessons and activities might require other materials that are not included.