Drones 4 Girls teaches kids in grade 4, 5 and 6 to build, code and fly mini drones.
Each mini drone weighs a mere 40 ounces and battery powers 8-10 minutes of flight time. These little wonders fit in the palm of your hand. Flown in an indoor space, mini drones Mini drone kits come in 9-12 parts that are easily assembled.
February 2019, a three-hour workshop equipped teachers and other professional to be drone pilot leaders. They learned how to operate a mini drone, attempted remote control flight using their cell phone, and attempted to navigate Fly Zone challenges.
June 2019, Drones 4 Girls and Girls Who Code joined forces to challenge young minds in Shreveport, Lousiana, for three days. Day session were filled with kids learning about flight safety and applied their coding skills to navigating mini drones through aerial courses. One evening session was held for adults to learn some of the same basics and discuss next steps towards sustainable growth and securing jobs as drone pilots.
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