My students need 4 Ozobots Evo Starter Packs to explore coding and STEM activities.
This project expired on July 28, 2018.
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The boys and girls in my school are your typical six- and seven-year-old children with one major difference.
My students are the dependents of active military personnel, who experience deployment and/or relocation on a daily, weekly, and even monthly basis.
If it is not affecting them, it is affecting a friend or family member. It is sad to see students transfer out, but there is an excitement for them as they begin their new journey. The faces in our school community may change as families move from base to base, but the love and support of our teachers and staff remain steadfast. With each new day and each new student, we remain resolved to provide our students with the most current educational practices and technologies.
Ozobot Evos will help my students learn about robotics and math in fun, innovative, and engaging ways. As they create mazes and draw lines of code using Ozobots' color language, they will explore addition, subtraction, area, perimeter, and measurement math concepts. These hands-on activities using the Ozobot Evos will promote teamwork in the classroom, improve communication and collaboration skills, and spark students' creativity and ingenuity.
My students absolutely love coding and these mini coding robots are the perfect size for their tiny hands and big imaginations.
With your help, my students will be completing STEM tasks, solving math problems, and using problem-solving and critical thinking skills to program their Ozobots.
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