The Robiis Puzzle Book contains a series of puzzles easily used to teach children 6 and older programming concepts in a sequential order. Arranged from simple to more complex, the first puzzle only requires the Robiis to move in a straight line. Next, puzzles requiring turns are introduced, then loops, nested loops and finally special effect tiles of different types.
In the Pollination Lesson Plan, students will be able to demonstrate the process a pollinator goes through when collecting nectar and pollen, the purposes of nectar and pollen, and the culminating result of a hybrid flower based on the pollen collected by the pollinators. By designing a comic strip and using their gained knowledge to play a 3D pollination coding game with Robiis, they create a hypothetical new flower based on the pollen collected in the game.
Through creative play, students will learn how to design a story with their small groups. They will code their Robiis robot to travel through a path created by the students in order to tell their story from beginning to end. This lesson plan can be implemented on every grade level and adapted to demonstrate mastery of too many CCSS (Common Core State Standards) to list. Stories could be written to reflect problem and solution, theme, main idea and details, beginning, middle, and end, retell, dialogue, character traits, point of view, author’s purpose, and many, many more!
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How do I play Robiis?
Kids use a mobile app to program robots and solve puzzles and challenges! They build game boards with tiles, choose characters, and use accessories and card games to create their own stories puzzles and games! Robiis can be played as a single-player game or as a multi-player game.
What does Robiis teach?
Robiis is a fun robot game aligned with common core standards. Robiis can be used in the classroom to teach subjects such as Fictional Reading, Phonics, Writing/Speaking and Listening, Math, Geometry, Social Studies, Life Sciences, Computer Programming Fundamentals and 21st Century Skills and more! It is up to your imagination!
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Here are the schools that have received donations pledges. The goal is to donate 10 kits to each school!
IMPORTANT: When you donate, make sure to use the school address as the shipping address.
Highland Elementary, Highland, MI (received 2 of 10 kits)
Attention: Patti Woodruff
300 W. Livingston Rd
Highland, MI 48357
A.G. Richardson Elementary School, Culpeper, VA (received 11 of 10 kits!)
Attention: Sue Bridges
18370 Simms Dr
Culpeper VA 22701
Olmsted Academy South, Louisville, KY (received 3 of 10 kits)
Attention: Ms. Allen and Mr. Anderson
5650 Southern Pkwy
Louisville KY 40214
White Center Heights Elementary School (received 2 of 10 kits)
Attention: Annalisa Moore
10015 6th Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98146
Shorewood Elementary School (received 3 of 10 kits)
Attention: Catherine Gustafson
2725 SW 116th St.
Seattle, WA 98146
Holy Family Bilingual Catholic School (received 0 of 10 kits)
Attention: Ms. Marianne Gonzalez
School Administrator: Ms. Jackie
9615 20th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106
Boze Elementary School, Tacoma WA (received 10 kits!)
Attention: Ann Balala
Boze Elementary School, 1140 E 65th St
Tacoma WA 98404
- Colegio del Sur, Montevideo, Uruguay (received 10 kits!)