I have been a huge fan of the Ozobot robots for the past few years. I have been using them in my STEM lab and love introducing them to students and teachers whenever I have the chance. What I like most about the Ozobots are that they are SOOO easy to program. Students can use paper and markers to draw line codes for Ozobot to follow. They can also create codes with block coding (similar to code.org) or program with an iPad.
I often talk to teachers who want to use Ozobots in the classroom, however they don't know how to introduce them to their students. I decided that I would compile the introduction activities that I've used in the STEM Lab into a "hyperdoc" with instructions that guide students in using Ozobots. I've also created Ozobot task cards (line code) and Ozobot mazes (Ozoblockly) that will support teachers and students in their Ozobot learning adventure. You can find these resources for sale in my TPT store, "Love-Fleck EdTech." The activities can be used with either Ozobot Evo or Bit.
I would love to hear about how you are using Ozobots in your classroom! Leave a comment below to share your ideas!!
All thoughts, opinions, reflections, and ideas are that of Heather Love-Fleck, and not the school district that employs her. She reserves the right to change her thoughts, opinions, reflections, and ideas at any time.