Students learn to problem solve with robots and practice coding at this makerspace center or library center. Coding is one way for students to practice resilience and creativity.
There are many different robots that are designed for elementary students, and this center focuses on the Dash™ and Dot™ educational robots. Both robots can be used for quick investigations and longer experiments or coding projects. You only need 1 or 2 robots to use this center, and 2 students can share a robot too.
NOTE: There are two versions of this product in my store, and this one is for Dash™ and Dot™ only!
If you are interested in using Sphero™ or Ozobot™ robots, please see the related product, Ball or Line-following Robot Driving & Coding Makerspace / Library Center
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This learning center product includes:
⚙️ Center sign with "I will" statement directions: editable Microsoft Word .docx file format and easy-to-print PDF file format
⚙️ Editable lesson plan in Microsoft Word .docx format including: Objectives, Essential Questions, National Common Core ELA Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, AASL National School Library Standards for Learners (the new ones), Pennsylvania (PA) Core ELA Standards, Assessment, Materials, Procedure, Reflection, and Bibliography of Resources
⚙️ Set-up directions with pictures and several storage options
⚙️ How-to directions for posting this center to Google Classroom for online or blended learning environments (including sample student directions and screenshots)
⚙️ Links to Dash™ and Dot™ resources to include at the center
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You might also like these other products by Mrs. J in the Library:
littleBits™ Circuits Building Makerspace or Library Centers
Paper Circuits Makerspace Center or Project
(also available in ink-saving blackline / coloring book version
Electric Sewing or E-Sewing Bookmark Makerspace Project
FREE Learning to Code Makerspace Center or Library Center