Ozobot Blog – 11.14.18
The coldest season of the year is quickly approaching. For a lot of kids, this means more time spent inside due to frosty weather. For teachers, keeping students entertained while confined
That’s why we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite winter-themed activities that are not only fun, but encourage engagement and bring some color to these gloomy months.
Read more: 6 Winter Wonderland-Themed Activities with Evo and Bit
Ozobot Blog – 11.3.18 (11.2.18)
The Hour of Code is a global initiative to reach tens of millions of students in over 180 countries and introduce them to computer programming. No prior experience with coding needed, and all it takes is just one hour of out of the normal school day to go through a preselected tutorial on computer code. If you haven’t already, register for the Hour of CodeTM (HoC) here and get entered to win an Ozobot Educator Entry Kit!
Read more: 17 Ozobot Lessons for Hour of Code
Ozobot Blog – 10.26.18
Few holidays embrace STEAM like Halloween. Kids dress up as mad scientists poking around their labs, while parents decorate with mummies, skeletons, ghosts, and other curious creatures.
Read more: STEAM Lessons in the Kitchen for Halloween
Ozobot Blog – 10.16.18
The glow of pride that comes with your child moving to an advanced class can quickly turn to apprehension when you realize the challenges they are up against.
From interacting with older students to navigating a new school, there are many new situations that your child will have to deal with. Even the most prepared kid might have a hard time making the adjustment. This guide will help prepare you and your child for what’s to come.
Source: How to Prepare Your Child for Advanced Classes With Older Students
Ozobot Blog – 10.11.18 (10.9.18)
Did you know that Ozobots not only teach kids how to code, but can also be used as a tool for educators and parents to teach almost EVERY subject? It’s true, and our Lesson Library is filled with activities and games for a wide range of topics, including chemistry, astronomy, language arts, music, and more.
Read more: 4 Lessons for National Chemistry Week – OzoBlog