Exploring Robotics with Ozobots Mighty Minion Robots!
Ozobots are tiny robots that love color and can be programmed by elementary students.
Using Exploring Robotics with Ozobots, students control
robot movements by drawing colored lines on paper, or using
simple Apps on tablets or smart phones or with OzoBlockly, a
programming language that snaps together like puzzle pieces.
• Coding introduces critical thinking, problem solving, the
scientific method, algorithms, and more!
• Use tablets or smart phone Apps with touch and graphic
interfaces to control the robots.
• STEAM lessons are adaptable to different age groups, and
expandable for teaching additional concepts. Lessons integrate 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
Exploring Robotics has robots for everybody!
From robots that don’t require a computer to program, all the
way though to advanced robotics programming in High school,
whatever your education needs are, Exploring Robotics has you
covered. Find out more at Exploring Robotics with Ozobots.
Reading is more than words on a page. Books can open up a
gateway to the mind. The Allon series creates a world of fantasy
and adventure for young adults ages 12 and older. Each story
uses allegorical illustrations of Biblical truth sure to challenge
the reader. The Parent Study Guide contains notes and lessons
for all nine books, so it easily fits with any language arts or reading curriculum.
The King’s Children trilogy is a spin-off of Allon aimed at children ages 8 to 10. These first chapter books help to instill godly
and moral values. Each story concludes with words of wisdom
that asks the reader to consider what they learned.
Siblings of different ages, reading levels and understanding
can share the stories and relate to the characters in these books.
This makes it easy for parents to combine teaching by way of
stories, and use the Parent Study Guide to promote discussion.
For more information on the books visit www.allonbooks
.com. Be sure to sign-up for the newsletter to learn about new
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