Exploring Robotics with Ozobot BitItem #: ER-Ozo-18Pack
Publisher: Exploring Robotics
Grade Level: K-8
Ozobots are tiny robots that love colors and can be controlled by students using pen and paper, tablets, or computers. With them you can bring robots into your classroom or maker space to teach coding, math, science, ELA and other topics!
These robots are so tiny and cute, yet rugged! Students love them. They follow colored lines to move, flash lights, dance, and apply math and science concepts.
Ozobot Curriculum integrates math and science to move the robot, and language arts to draw, describe projects, and develop games and presentations. Also teaches coding concepts using a graphic programming language.
Science: Apply the scientific method, explore the light color spectrum, patterns, and communication methods.
Technology—Coding: Analyze problems and design algorithms to program robot actions, use logic, and develop reasoning using Blockly, a visual drag-and-drop coding tool.
Engineering: Line following, sensors, calibrate the robot, navigate mazes, and explore engineering principles. Arts: Colors, patterns, drawing, music, and also writing, timelines, story telling, and creating presentations.
Math: Reason abstractly and explore the number line, fractions, probability, statistics, solving real world problems, geometry, angles, curves, diameter, distance, time, measuring and variables.
Everything you need to bring Ozobot into your classroom in one box. Simple, affordable and desk-friendly. This kit is designed for grades K-8 (but we recommend for grades 2-5). Supporting apps, flexible programming environment and lesson plans make it easy to integrate Ozobot into any curriculum - STEM and beyond.
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