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I Want to Hold Your Hand

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NASA uses robotic explorers to collect information about places where humans cannot travel. This  activity leads patrons to build and test a robotic-like hand.

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Hints for uses in your library This activity was written for the classroom, but can be effectively used in the library. Provide some instruction, but also keep it open-ended so that patrons can learn and explore by being hands-on!
Related Links Robonaut2 Demonstrates Hand Dexterity
Robot Storybook
NASA Robotics Alliance Project
Originating Source NASA/LRC
Related Books
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Robots, Robots Everywhere! - Sue Flies (2013)
Boy and Bot - Ame Dyckman (2012)
R is for Robot: A Noisy Alphabet - Adam F. Watkins (2014)
Clink - Kelly Dipucchio and Matthew Myers (2011)
Welcome to Your Awesome Robot - Viviane Schwarz (2013)

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I Want to Hold Your Hand

I Want to Hold Your Hand

NASA uses robotic explorers to collect information about places where humans cannot travel. This  activity leads patrons to build and test a robotic-like hand.