Teach kids the basics of computer programming with this fun little robot on your interactive whiteboard. Students learn sequencing, estimation and problem-solving. Set a goal and determine a plan. Enter that plan as a set of instructions into the robot's memory. Press "Start" to run the program and watch how the robot moves the screen. This is an instructional tool aimed for the younger students. It has multiple backgrounds to choose from in various themes.
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