he tiny Ozobot robot can teach young kids programming. Ozobot is a little toy robot that blends the physical and digital worlds — and teaches kids programming. … Ozobot can identify lines, colors, and codes on both digital surfaces, such as an iPad, and physical surfaces, such as paper.
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app: Evo by Ozobot
Yes, quite many. See: https://ozobot.com/stem-education/education-contests-and-events
Classroomkit from $1200-$1800
Many different items for sale for schools or home on the website on variable prices.
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From Kindergarten to year 12
The Evo and Bit Classroom Kits come with 12-18 robots, guides, student handouts, accessories, and everything you need to introduce Ozobot’s two ways to code to your students. Get started screen-free with Color Codes markers and advance online with OzoBlockly visual programming. Both Kits are for grades K-12 and offer an affordable, portable way to teach coding, computer science, math, art, history, and other subjects way beyond STEM. Only Evo has extra programmable features, from sounds to proximity sensors, and an app for instaling updates and new features.
All subjects, it depends on the topic you choose to download. Depends on age and there is also five different types of product filters on the home page.
Color codes or Ozo Blockly