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Our robust robots are ready to go, right out of the box. Dash & Dot are responsive robots packed full of capabilities that allow them to interact with students, their environment, and each other thanks to their multiple built-in motors, sensors, LEDs and audio capabilities.
Implement our ready-to-go robots with our five free apps, which include in-app puzzles and challenges, across all subject areas.
Easy for beginners to get started, and then scaffolds learning through meaningful curricular and educational programs.
Encourage students to continue building critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration skills for tomorrow’s job market.
Program Dash to do anything from reacting to the sound of a clap to performing a victory dance to detecting and avoiding obstacles.
Push the boundaries of what is possible with Dot, a small but mighty robot. Dot is responsive and can interact with Dash with its sophisticated technology.
Our products and apps teach students from kindergarten on up how to code. With each of our six apps, students tackle a series of challenges and in-app puzzles that introduce the fundamental concepts of coding. Our unique Wonder app uses state machine programming and an original visual design to advance young students’ understanding of computer science The Blockly app uses the most kid-friendly block-based coding on the market to introduce students to programming. And Swift PlaygroundsTM from Apple® now powers Dash!
Through computer science, your students can learn to code and then code to learn:
Girls sometimes don’t gravitate towards traditional robotics activities, but with Dash robots, there is an instant connection. Because of Dash’s personality, interactivity and creativity, girls are now the enthusiastic leaders of our robotics lessons.
Director of Technology Integration
Dash and Dot have been instrumental in teaching students empathy, cooperative play, teamwork, patience, resilience, persistence, and taking risks.
We are doing students a disservice if we teach today the same way as we taught yesterday. Robotics is a great way for students to exercise their critical thinking skills through programming, and watch it come alive through robots.
Using Blockly with Dash and Dot and coding task cards enables me to differentiate for all learners and requires students to apply math and ELA content as they complete engaging activities.
Elementary Technology Teacher