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I have been more focused on coding, not robotics. Research Lego we-do kits and dot and dash robots by Wonder.

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Jenny 05-07-2017 11:32 PM

I've used sphero robots with kids - but they are more coding focused. Robotics sounds like a fun thing to get into, but not with my budget!

kahluablast 05-07-2017 07:00 AM

We just purchased some of these kits for our STEM program.

https://rokenbokeducation.org/

knit1purl2 05-07-2017 06:43 AM

I have been more focused on coding, not robotics. Research Lego we-do kits and dot and dash robots by Wonder.

Patty 05-07-2017 06:31 AM

I want to investigate the ins and outs of starting a robotics class in my elementary school (grades 4-6 to start) so I decided to appeal to the experts. If anyone has started a club, class, or used robotics in their classroom, I would appreciate any help, guidance, links, advice, wisdom with resources, materials, time commitment (and any other aspects) regarding this endeavor. Thank you for any help.




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