The Morgantown Library is holding "Curiosity Quest" classes during the summer.
Fifth to eighth grade students participated in one of the classes Thursday: The Robotics learning course.
The students will learn how to build and program a robotic device using sensors.
Teachers said the course teaches teamwork and other learning skills.
"It is just a wonderful activity to get kids involved in thinking of math, and thinking of science, and thinking of engineering. I just love it," said Judy Werner, of Curiosity Quest.
The library will offer several classes this summer to people of all ages.
To find a full list of Curiosity Quest classes, click here.