Ozobot 2.0 Bit Smart Robots, Crystal White/Titanium Black, Pack of 2
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- Easy start up - step 1: Pick up paper & Markers to draw coded mazes - step 2: go to ozoblockly.Com to fully program Ozobot. It's quick and simple to drag & drop blocks of codes.
- Hours of extra fun for boys and girls when you download a - the free Ozobot website activities and B - the iOS & Android Ozobot apps to play interactive games for every level.
- Create challenges and DIY activities, or even design your own games to share with all your friends and the amazing Ozobot community.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- This toy is a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Ozobot Bit—Bots for Both Brains
Learn to code with colors! Draw OzoCode color codes on paper or a tablet and your Bits use optical sensors to respond—spinning, speeding up and more at your command. Explore OzoCode games and activities online or in the Ozobot app. Advance with the OzoBlockly editor, which introduces block-based programming. Bits are teacher-recommended and used in coding and STEM curricula in 2,000 schools nationwide.
In the Box: 2 Ozobot Bits (Crystal White and Titanium Black), 1 USB charging cable, 4 OzoSkins, 1 Ozobot Bit carrying pod, OzoCards
Begin with the Basics
Ages 6 and up love using markers and color codes to control Bit’s speed, direction and special moves. Print a maze online or open an app game and the challenge lies in using the right combination of OzoCodes to get Bit from start to finish.
Learn to Program
After mastering the basics, kids and teens advance with the Ozobot and OzoGroove apps and OzoBlockly, Ozobot’s block-based programming language. The Ozobot website contains endless OzoBlockly games and STEM activities for Bit.
Tiny Robot. Big Fun.
Draw lines and OzoCodes for Ozobot Bit to follow on paper or your tablet. Bit’s sensors can read both!
Go to the Ozobot website to discover apps for your smartphone or tablet, including the Ozobot app and OzoGroove.
Drag and drop blocks of code to create dynamic Bit programs—from digital dance-offs to maze maneuvers—with the OzoBlockly editor.
Choking Hazard - Toy contains a small ball and small parts.
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By DM on April 19, 2017
Anyway, back to the review and not my life story... These are pretty cool devices. They charge quickly and are easy to use. If you don't program them, just use markers and draw lines. The robots follow them easily.
Wish list for the robots:
-Be nice if they could play sound effects.
-Sensors so they don't fall of a desk or run into a wall
-Some type of interaction between the robots.
-Would be cool to license decorations for the robots - Minions anyone?
I know my wish list would raise the cost. However, I see my kids getting bored of these soon. There really isn't much point to having them follow lines you draw. The programming aspect is cool, but I don't see this holding long term interest.
I salute the company - any product that interests kids in STEM is a win. These aren't too expensive, just not sure about the long term value.
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My girls love the big line-bots they have at school, and my wife would bring hers home for them to play with - but these ozobots are on a completely different level.
The small size means they can be used anywhere - a complex maze can be drawn on A4. They are tough too - one fell off the kitchen island ( when the paper got too close to the edge ) onto the stone floor, and it carried on quite happily following the floor slab joints !! JOC
My 14yo son can't get near them, might have to get a third.