Primary Computing Robots

Primary Computing Robots

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Dash and Dot is a couple of iPad-or iPhone or Android-controlled robots that kids can have great time learning and communicating with. Dash has haggles and move around, while Dot is stationary. The robots connect with the world utilising sensors, and can hear sounds, identify articles, and know whether your children are moving them.

Students can interact with Dot & Dash by using multiple Apps on the tablets. Your students can turn Dot into a disco ball, a security sensor, and a kind of Furby, all by linking lights, sounds, sensors, and actions in different ways by dragging their finger across the iPad. And seeing the robot running through the programming sequences on the screen while it completed its real-world tasks can help form a link between “code” and physical actions that the Robot does.

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