My students need the Botley Coding Robot and Action Challenge Accessory Pack.
This project expired on August 3, 2018.
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Our classroom consists of 20 six and seven year old students. The students are very eager and excited about learning everyday. Our school is a low-income, Title I school that is very limited on the resources and materials we can obtain for the students.
We serve students from a variety of backgrounds and needs and no matter what these students lack at home, they still come in ready to learn.
I try to build a strong classroom community for them, and I am proud to say that my students are not afraid to take academic risks. They feel safe together, like a family
Who would have thought a 6 year old could code? Well, with a little training and help from this new Botley the Coding Robot, it will not become possible in my classroom to have students coding! So often we want to teach our kids engaging technology skills yet, we also try to limit screen time. These awesome coding bots are kid-friendly coding, with all screen-free resources!
These coding bot resources will help our young learners engage themselves in coding skills, all while having fun!
These awesome Botley coding kits come with everything needed to create various different codes. We are requesting 4 different sets so students can work in teams to create codes and have fun learning with STEM. With your help, we will be able to have resources that support STEM in the classroom and hopefully encourage them to be lifelong learners of coding. I may have the future's computer programmers in my room.
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