Printable resources for directing a bee bot can be used through out KS1 and KS2 when using bee bots.
The Bee Bot is a fun and effective tool for teaching the basics of programming to young children, and our fantastic collection of resources provide a variety of exciting ways to apply that learning. From guiding the Bee Bot through space to identifying key shapes, our activities are sure to get your pupils engaged with programming.
Our youngest learners can code! Your students will enjoy working together with Bee-Bot while practicing their literacy and math skills. Students choose a card to determine where Bee-Bot will start and stop using arrows as a visual. Just print, cut, glue, and laminate these squares together to create.
This product is designed to be used with a programmable BEE BOT robot. It's the perfect addition to a science unit about weather. This BEE-BOT product includes 16 picture squares sized 15cm x 15cm. Each square should be cut out and made into a BEE-BOT mat.
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This maths game has been especially created with the support of Early Years experts to help your child learn whilst having fun. With this game, children will be able to join Bud the bee, explore.
Bee-Bot is an award winning programmable floor robot. The Bee-Bot has a simple and child friendly layout and is the perfect starting point for teaching control, directional language and programming to young children. Along with Bee-Bot's we stock a huge range of resources to use with them.
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The so-called killer bee is a hybrid between an African subspecies and European subspecies of honeybee. The Africanized honeybee subspecies was accidentally released in Brazil in 1957 during an attempt to create a hybrid that would adapt to tropical climates and produce large amounts of honey. Moving northward some 200 to 300 miles (320 to 480 km) per year, the bees had reached Mexico in the.
An extremely popular turtle robot used in schools at KS1 is the Bee-Bot. This turtle robot is designed to look like a bee, but the principles are the same. There are buttons on the robot that allow your child to input instructions such as turn right, turn left and move forward or backward. By inputting instructions one after another your child can make the bot move in any number of ways.
Program a programmable toy such as a Bee-Bot to travel around the classroom floor. Use a program such as Paint to create a picture. Use a spreadsheet program to record and store the results of a science experiment. Learn about bar codes and how they store information. Use search engines to collect information for a project with a subject like the Great Fire of London. Design a poster about.
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The Honey bee is probably the best-known bee around, but over 270 species of bee have been recorded in Great Britain. Honey bees and bumblebees live socially, led by a queen and serviced by male drones and female worker bees. Solitary bees tend to be smaller and their family unit is made up of a single pair. Although lots of solitary bees can be found in one area, they operate alone.