Queens kids get iPads to create apps, video games
Queens kids celebrated getting new iPads today to study different types of science.
OTG, a company that manages airport restaurants, donated 50 of the iPads to the students to study science, technology, engineering and math.
They will use the tablets for projects like robotics, clay animation and developing video games.
The kids, who are part of the South Queens Boys and Girls Club, will also learn how to create apps.