The 4-H Eco-Bot Challenge came to Dadeville Elementary School as part of the fifth Annual 4-H National Youth Science Day initiative. Students were given the opportunity to participate in a hands-on engineering and science experience, creating a tiny robot from a tooth brush head, a battery, a small motor and a piece of tape. Above are fourth graders Zoe Hodge, Peyton Fourtenbary, Camden Shockley, Caleb Bice, Terion Harris and Zoe Veres from Ms. Kristin Richardson’s class. | Alison James

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The Eco-Bot Challenge

Published 12:43pm Thursday, October 25, 2012

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