Students start out with RoboGarden using a drag-and-drop Blockly interface, and as their skills improve, they can move to programming real-world languages like Java and Python.
The lessons are self-directed so that students can work at their own pace, with guidance from their teachers or parents - who don't need any prior programming experience. The software is providing expert teaching, so the teachers don't need to.
Programming has historically been a difficult subject for parents of home-schooled children. Simply put, it can be hard to teach programming, when you're not a programmer yourself. Our solution is a comprehensive programming education, for children from kindergarten through grade 9.
Class setups are also available for teachers looking to get their students into programming, but who aren't really sure what they want to do.
Blockly Coding Lessons:
Get to Know the World
Have fun and learn repeat and use of Robo sensors while you are in the Birthday
Sense the Fun in the Birthday Party
A Journey to learn movement, use color sensor and math functions while you are having fun in the party
What if Robo goes to the Moon?
You will learn about math operations, calculations and count loops on your way to the moon
Back to the Moon
Learn about advanced loops, arrays and functions while you launch a rocket to the moon
Build a Snowman
Use advanced loops in your journey on ice with the snowman
Learn nested loops, Arrays, Lists and functions to build and play with your snowman
Everything from movement through loops, conditions to nested structures in your winter journey
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