The cards are 14.5 cm each. Bee Bots move 15 cm or approximately 6 inches.
Laminate the picture cards. Cut to out each one. Tape together or use Contact Paper to make the Bee Bot mat. You can use them all at one time or make several mats. I put mine together.
Laminate the smaller cards. Mix up and put in a pile face down. Pick a card and code the RHYMING picture.
Included is a blank square in case you need one.
There are “free” cards and “your choice” cards so the kids can pick which set of rhyming words to code their Bee-Bots to as an option.
Bee Bots are designed for an introduction to coding for elementary students.
They are fun robots that move forward, backwards, approximately 6 inches or 15 cm as well as make 90 degree turns.
They can be programmed up to 40 moves at one time.
They are great to use in all subjects like language arts, math, science, social studies along with problem-solving skills and critical thinking.
Helpful hint: be sure to use the CLEAR button when coding a new series of moves. If not, it will repeat the previous code along with the new one.