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First graders worked their way through Code.org's Course 1, which teaches students how to use the blockly programming language. Second graders took it a step further, learning how to program loops with a Moana activity. They also participated in a coding-themed Breakout EDU, during which they had to use computer programming skills to solve clues and break open locks. Read more about this activity on the Bobcat Blog.
Third and fourth graders were the first to test out our brand new set of Ozobot Evos. Ozobots are tiny robots that follow lines and can be coded using color combinations. Depending on the order of the colors, the robots will perform different commands. Everyone had a blast teaching their Ozobots to dance and creating a customized track for them to run on. Many students were reluctant to leave the library and there was an audible "Awwww..." when our lesson ended! Check out the Bobcat Blog for additional photos.