Ozobot is a little toy robot that blends the physical and digital worlds — and teaches kids programming. An Ozobot can identify lines, colors, and codes on both digital surfaces, such as an iPad, and physical surfaces, such as paper. You can calibrate the robots to follow lines by holding down a power button. The Ozobot is about the size of a golf ball that follow lines that kids draw with markers on white paper. Kids can use different colors to change the Ozobot's movement or behavior.
This STEM program will have fiction and non-fiction book tie-ins. This program is geared toward 1st - 12th grade.
Made possible by The Oklahoma Museum Network funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation and the “Oklahoma EPSCoR grant”