Mobile and programmable robots for students ages 8 and up
Drag & Drop programming interface (Blockly)
Makerspace, Technology, Coding
1 kit per 20 students
Elementary, Middle School, Museum, Library, Summer Camp, Individual
Covering elementary robotics, programming and electronics
No training required
The Ozobot STEM education program presents an innovative way to teach subjects like programming, math and science in classrooms, after-school clubs or at home. See kids become engaged and inspired when topics come alive with the help of Ozobot.
An Ozobot is a small and smart line following robot. The new Ozobot Evo use precise movement and sensors to follow and react to colors on a page or screen. This simple form of communication and programming allow children of all ages to create and send Ozobot through an endless array of mazes, maps, and racetracks.
Programing Ozobot is simple - you can do this by simply drawing lines and using colors. Kids use their creativity and artistic expression, while developing logical reasoning and in turn, actually learning high level coding concepts.
Students begin by learning Ozobot’s simple color language as they draw mazes, paths, intersections and create entire worlds to explore puzzling playgrounds, fast tracks and intricate labyrinths. Programming Ozobot is not just simple and fun, it's fit to inspire - even for a young child. With over 25 unique code commands to control Ozobot's speed, decision-making and behavior - the possibilities of having fun are just a marker away.
From racetracks to puzzles, labyrinths to lucky mazes, obstacle loops to battlefields, have access to tens of printable Ozobot challenges. Your students will find plenty to fuel their creative thinking, refine their logic, play solo or compete with teams in plain arcade fun.
OzoBlockly gives you the power to fully control your Ozobot's movement and behavior. Powered by Google’s Blockly, OzoBlockly offers five modes from Novice with icon-based blocks to Master with support for many low-level functions and advanced programming concepts. It has something for everyone!
Watch this tutorial to learn how to program the Ozobot Bit using the OzoBlockly editor. Learn how to create a block-based program and load it into Ozobot Bit.