Bit Coding Robot, Guardians of the Galaxy (Black)
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- An award-winning coding robot for kids
- Slip a Groot or Rocket skin on top of Bit, then customize with Marvel emoji stickers
- Build 21st century super powers as you guide your Guardian with colors
- Access free Android and iOS apps and printable activities online
- 1 Ozobot Bit coding robot, Groot skin, Rocket skin, 4 color coding markers, 20+ STEAM activities, Marvel emoji stickers, Charging cable, and more
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Create Something Super
Build 21st century super powers with the Marvel Starter Pack for Ozobot Bit. Each Pack comes with one Ozobot Bit—a coding robot and one of the top smart toys for kids—plus Groot and Rocket skins, DIY stickers, color coding markers, and over 20 Marvel-themed STEAM activities. This is the robot for future artists, engineers, and everyone in between, now including Guardians of the Galaxy fans!
Personalize your Hero
Snap a Marvel skin on Ozobot Bit and get ready to customize your character. Choose from Groot or Rocket, then add super expressive emoji stickers to set the mood. Create an entire scene with intergalactic pop-outs, spacecraft props, and more. The next time you play, switch skins and stickers to create a whole new world!
Guide your Guardian with Colors
Ozobot puts you in command of the galaxy’s favorite dynamic duo. Getting started is simple: pull out your markers and draw lines and color codes. Then watch your Guardian bring your drawings to life. Use color codes to complete over 20 drawing activities and keep Rocket and Groot of trouble, learning the basics of coding as you go!
Build 21st Century Super Powers
The Marvel Starter Pack builds STEAM skills (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) in ages 8 and up. Start with markers, then master with the OzoBlockly programming editor.
OzoBlockly is an online editor that lets you push your programmable robot to the limits. Simply drag and drop blocks of code to control your Guardian’s behavior.
Each Starter Pack includes: 1 Ozobot Bit coding robot, Groot skin, Rocket skin, over 20 STEAM activities, 4 color coding markers, color coding stickers, Marvel-themed emoji stickers and pop-outs, and USB charging cable.
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Bit and EVO are line following robots Bit is smaller has fewer lights and doesn't make sound. You can draw paths and lay down code with different color markers. You can also go online and use blockly code to drag and drop code that you can have your ozobot preform. Search ozobot blockly, you'll find it.
What I like about it. It's small and works right out of the box. Kids that love to draw, will love using markers to create code. You don't have to use proprietary markers or paper. I have a stack of extra copies that didn't get used and kids draw on the back. You can also use the fat crayola markers. I haven't yet tested any off brand markers. I do like the extension of ozobot blockly coding, though to be honest I've never been able to program my ozobot with it, I've just used it as a web based game for the kids to code the ozobot on the screen.
What I don't like about it. There is a learning curve to drawing the lines. They can't be too thick, or too thin. Turns can't be too sharp. Codes have to be written just right and even then there is the off chance that your ozobot may not recognize the code and do the cool move you want it to do.
As mentioned I have never been able to program the ozobot using the computer or the iPad. If you say it can do it, it needs to be able to do it! All the paper needed for this. One or two codes and it's time for another sheet of paper. It would be great if they can find a way to use wet erase markers or something like that for reusable sheets. I love that it's little, I also hate that it's little. This guy could easily go into a pocket and I'll never see him again.
If you want this for your classroom, I say pull the trigger, go for it. the kids are going to love it. google youtube videos and see how teachers are incorporating it into ELA and math, social studies, etc. Just make sure you have a check in/ check out procedure and lock him up when not in use.
If you want this for your very special child of your own understand that this will have about 15 minutes of fame. Your little one will use all of your paper and then go on to play with your phone. Unless you're there encouraging use, setting up challenges, and extending the ability of the ozobot, your kiddo will binge draw a lot of mazes for ozobot, and then very likely it will sit on a shelf until it gets sold to someone like me at a discounted price.