In this brief video, we will show you how you can use Google Sheets to create quick and easy Ozobot Tracks. You can now challenge your students to come up with best and most challenging tracks using these simple steps. Below the video is links to our templates. Please make a copy and use them how you wish. Also, share any tracks you create with us on Twitter @STEMCampEDU.
Ozobots are tiny robots that unlike most robots rely strictly on light sensors to get their data rather than Bluetooth, USB, or WiFi. Because of this, Ozobots will work on any device as their coding platform is web-based. This is why, at STEM Camp EDU, we love working with Ozobots and always suggest them to our elementary teachers who are looking to do more coding in their classroom. Let’s look how you can get starting with these in your elementary classroom.
Are your students still excited and talking about the Hour of Code they participated in? Check out our Holiday Templates for your Ozobot Bit 2.0’s to keep their excitement level up this holiday season! Free to download and use in your classroom.
This activity is best for elementary students in grade 1 through grade 5. For upper elementary student, you can color the whole path black and have them use OzoBlockly and the line navigation command to choose the appropriate path.