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Middle school girls create robots that bust a move

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

The Society of Women Engineers showcased the talents of an all female robotics team of middle school students with a synchronized dance robot recital.

The middle school students met every Friday for seven weeks to learn how to program their robots to dance. They received a firsthand look into the future of possibilities when combining technology and arts.

"I think it is very important to allow kids to engage in critical thinking at an early age, and seeing that technology will be the future, I think it is a great start so that when they are older, they are able to advance a lot quicker than when I was in school," said volunteer Yohanna White.

The teams created six robots ready to get down!

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