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Create endless route possibilities for Bee-Bot with these fully removable and re-positional maze walls.


Bee-Bot Changeable Maze

Beebot Olympics! I had 5 different activities set up in which pupils had to direct the Beebots around obstacles, such as: zig-zagging through cones; finding their way around a maze; rolling a die onto a large 100 square and directing it to the number it landed on. This was with a Year 3 class.

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Make a track with cubes & program the Bee-Bot to move accurately around it (",) sparks the idea that we could do with RC cars

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Children Programming BeeBot Robot at school - by ASMvlog (via YouTube)

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Using Beebot (floor robot) in maths. Working with co-ordinates Year 1

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