Are you looking for a fun way to incorporate coding into your curriculum? This product is designed to be used with Bee-Bot or BluBot coding robots and will coordinate well with your study of living and nonliving things. This product can easily be used during your center rotations, Daily 5 time and will give your students the opportunity to practice their coding skills while also integrating into your core curriculum.
Each page includes a 15cm by 15cm picture square which will need to be printed and then assembled to create a Bee-Bot mat. Squares may be put in any order you'd like and also include an overlap tab to help you line up your pieces. Extra tabs can be trimmed off.
There are 17 images of living / nonliving things and coordinating programming cards. Choose the images you want to use or use all of them to create a larger BeeBot mat. Students will choose a card and program their BeeBot to travel to one of the images that matches their card. A starting square is also included.
To create different variations of the mat, create a Bee-Bot mat from of a piece of clear 12 gauge vinyl that has been sectioned off into 15cm x 15cm squares (I use a permanent marker to do this). After printing and laminating your pieces, simply tape them onto the back side of the mat. You can now easily move pieces to different locations and storage of the pieces is much easier.
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