High school robotics teams designes and made of amazing rides for kids with disabilities.


These rides for kids with disabilities are amazing. A Minnesota high school class decided to do some good while learning, and used their time to build rides for small children with disabilities.

amazing rides for kids with disabilities
Cillian Jackson with the Rogue Robotics team at Farmington High School in Minnesota

It was all done through a “Go Baby Go” program, which is designed to give children with mobile impairment a new independence. The program was developed in 2006 by professionals and now young engineers are adopting it. Robotics is a great way to learn, and also superfun, according to this little boy and his family.

All over the world, young and more experienced engineers are joining the movement.

Check out some of the rides based on the “go baby go” program from around the world:

amazing rides for kids with disabilities
A new ride means a new life.

The sweetest rides.

amazing rides for kids with disabilities

The children are now able to experience the joy in movement.

amazing rides for kids with disabilities

Faith in humanity restored

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