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Ozobot Kits

Page history last edited by Erin Tobiasz 4 years ago

Ozobots are small moving robots that move and change colors based on the paths that YOU draw and the codes YOU color in.

 

ACLA has two different Ozobot kits. You can ask to use one or both at a time.

Kit 1 includes:

  • 1 Ozobot robot
  • 2 skins (helmets) for the robot
  • 1 USB charging cable
  • 4 color code markers
  • 25 activity sheets that teach what the robot can do and how to code different behaviors
  • 2 pages of reusable code stickers
  • 2 clear plastic sheets to hold activity sheets

Kit 2 includes:

  • 2 Ozobot robots (1 has not been holding a charge, so only count on being able to use 1 for the program)
  • 4 skins (helmets) for the robots
  • 1 USB charging cable
  • 4 color code markers
  • Laminated Ozocode and path drawing cheat sheets
  • Quick Start guide
  • Practice track (4 taped cards)

 

 

Things to do before your activity:

 

Gather white paper and markers. Our kits include 1 marker of each color, but depending on the size of your group, you'll probably want backups on hand. The company suggests chisel tip or wide tip water-soluble markers, like Crayola. The standard track requires a black marker (you'll use this much more often than your other colors, so grab a couple), and the coding functions use red, green, and blue.  

 

Make sure you charge the Ozobots before your activity. Each kit comes with a USB charger so you can easily plug them into a computer to charge. (The bots will blink red and green while they are charging, and light up green when fully charged. This shouldn't take more than an hour or so.)

 

 

Other helpful links:

 

The Ozobot website has race tracks, mazes, and other games that you can print and use for your Ozobot activities. You can also print extra copies of the Ozocode reference sheets, depending on how large your activity group is.

 

Ozobot also makes free apps for Android and iOS that allow you to create drag-and-drop tracks for the Ozobots. They suggest the app works best for 9" or larger tablets.

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