The adventure continues! Part 2 of our intro to coding and robotics course builds on existing knowledge while challenging kids to explore new concepts in programming. This time around, they’ll learn to use a distance sensor to help their robot adapt to an unpredictable environment in Weebo’s Manor. They’ll blast through obstacles with ‘Push Blocks’ using logical problem solving and debugging in Cyber Blocks. And they’ll master the coordinate system with the help of a helicopter bot in our cool Arctic Lab.
Who this course is for: Kids ages 9-12 who have completed Coderz Adventure 1. Building on their knowledge, they’ll cover new ground in STEM and CS.
Students code the robot to write their initials, trace an ice-cream cone, and create a custom mandala
Students use all the skills acquired throughout the course in a creative way. Coding for fun!
Students use the robot’s distance sensor to create programs that can adapt to unpredictable environments.
Students use 'push blocks' to remove obstacles in their environment and practice logical problem solving.
Students instruct their robots to use 'push blocks', and coordinate with the helicopter-bot.
Everything you need to flow through each lesson, including: clear objectives, questions for reflection, instructional videos, and more.
Each session is guided by a presentation that covers the entire session from theory to practice, including: scientific background, examples and sample code, discussion guidelines, play time activities, and speaker notes.
You can quickly navigate to all the solutions for each lesson in just a few clicks.
So you can see how individual students compare to one another, identify specific topics they may be struggling with, and recommend corrective actions.
Get answers to all your subject matter questions and find your way around the platform.
This third and last course in the Cyber Robotics 101 series cements the foundational coding and robotics knowledge picked up in previous courses, while introducing advanced new concepts such as: color sensor, robotic arm, ultrasonic used for radar, and coding for control flow.
Practice the skills and concepts introduced in 101 Basics, while stacking on new robotics knowledge with the gyroscope, gyro reset, and ultrasonic sensors.
Get your bearings and go go go as you set out to learn the basics of robotic navigation and object detect.
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