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Ozobot Evo and Bit: Color Code Tips

Using markers and paper to program sounds easy, but there are a few rules a user must follow. Check out this resource for tips and tricks that show...

Learn to Code: Getting started with OzoBlockly

This video tutorial gives a visual overview to programming your Ozobot Bit of Evo using the OzoBlockly Editor app.  You will see how to:Drag and...

OzoBlockly Getting Started Checklist

If your students are ready to start programming their Bit or Evo using OzoBlockly, but could use some guidance their first time through, then start...

Ozobot Bit: Related Vocabulary & Standards

Learning and communicating in the language of computers can be confusing, with many new terms and applications to learn.  Use this vocabulary...

Ozobot Bit: OzoBlockly Basic Training

This guide to getting started with OzoBlockly will help guide you to lessons and activities which will start you on your journey to introducing...

Ozobot Bit: K-2 Lessons from Ozobot

Browse this list of pre-filtered lessons and activities from the Ozobot Lesson Library to help you get started using your Ozobot bits with your...

Ozobot Bit: Ozoblockly K-1 Lessons from Ozobot

Browse this short list of pre-filtered lessons and activities from the Ozobot Lesson Library to help you get started using Ozoblockly with your...

Ozobot Bit: Integrating Ozobots in a 1st grade ELA Lesson - Coding in the Classroom

Check out this first grade class integrating Ozobots into their reading curriculum.  In this video, the teacher ties the class’ reading of...

micro:bit Introduction

What is a micro:bit? Check out this introduction video to learn more about the pocket-sized computer that can be used to learn computer programming....

What is the micro:bit?

Check out this guide to learn about micro:bit’s different parts. We love this guide because it walks you through the different buttons, sensors,...

micro:bit Quick Start Guide

Ready to program your micro:bit? Within this guide, you will find resources that contain five easy programming steps for Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and...

Coding micro:bit with your Chromebook

We love micro:bit because you can program it with many different devices! This resource will walk you through connecting a micro:bit to your...

Code a micro:bit with Python Editor

Ready to program your micro:bit? Micro:bit uses three types of languages: Java, block-based, and Python. Each language has its benefits and...

micro:bit Lesson Ideas

The micro:bit is incredibly versatile in how it can be used in the classroom! In this Google Doc, created by Vicky Sedgwick, you will find some great...

micro:bit Code.org Lesson Extensions

Code.org offers CS fundamentals courses for students K-5. Check out this site and see how the micro:bit can be used to extend upon the Code.org...

micro:bit and Scratch

Scratch is a popular block-based programming language that is geared towards children. In this video tutorial you will learn how you can program the...

micro:bit Offline Access

Don’t have internet access? No worries! Although the MakeCode editor is typically used online to write and create projects with your micro:bit, it...

Hallie’s micro:bit Site

The micro:bit is a small but powerful learning tool for the classroom, but don’t just take it from us! Check out a Google Site created by eighth...

Joshua’s micro:bit Site

Check out another Google Site created by sixth grader Joshua. On Joshua’s site he shares the code he created to run his programs. He also includes...

The New Pi-Top Raspberry Pi laptop

Check this quick video overview from MagPi Magazine to learn…what pi-top[3] is.what is in the box.Check out the rest of the resources in the...