Girl Coders

March Educator of the Month: Girls with Grit A-Maze Bit!

Women’s History Month reminds us to honor #girlswhocode and women in STEAM everywhere. Enter our March Educator of the Month, Lauren Jones a.k.a. @LibrarianJonesy. We love her Twitter handle almost as much as we love what she’s doing with Ozobot Bit in her library. Read on to learn about a fun maze activity you can try too, …

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We Need To Raise Girls To Embrace Bravery And Forget Perfection

From a young age, girls are trained to be modest, caring, polite, and accommodating. This is not a formal training, but rather one that society subconsciously instills in the mind of a young girl. We tend to see girls as vulnerable and fragile so, as parents and educators, we want to protect them from harm …

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4 Unicorn Myths We Can Decode with Evo

For those of us who grew up watching the likes of The Last Unicorn, reading Into the Land of the Unicorns, writing in unicorn journals, and sporting unicorn desktop wallpaper, the legend of the unicorn holds a special sort of magic. Even for modern-day adults, there exists a self-development daily devotional called YOU-nicorn which builds …

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November Educators of the Month: Coding The Great Turkey Race

There are all sorts of wonderful holiday traditions out there, but if there’s one constant amongst everyone’s unique ways of celebrating, it’s reading. Reading books about holiday traditions remains a great family and school activity. We love any opportunity to tie literature in with learning to code, and it appears the upcoming Thanksgiving feast is …

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4 Ozobot Edu Activities to Help You Hack Halloween!

We are HUGE Halloween fans here at Ozobot, mainly because it’s the most creativity-inspiring holiday we know of. Between spooky decorations for houses and classrooms, cooking up treats or plotting tricks, and designing wonderfully creative costumes, what’s not to love? Here to help you make the most of “All Hallows’ Eve-o” are four activities curated …

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September Educator of the Month: Literature Plus Coding in the Library

We’ve seen how creating mystery stories can teach STEAM, how programming can learn from literature, and how writing literature is like writing code. We love seeing language arts work with with science and technology, especially in this back-to-school season where the more you learn in a single lesson, the better! Join us in congratulating our …

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6 Female Movers and Shakers in STEAM, From Then to Now

This month marks the 98th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted American women the right to vote. Since long before 1920, women have been shaping progress in all parts of the world, playing integral if underrecognized roles in the development of scientific thought, engineering feats, and technological inventions. Here are just a few of …

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Recreate Amelia Earhart’s Final Flight, with Color Codes

You probably know a lot about famous female aviator Amelia Earhart. After learning to fly in the early 1920s, she went on to become the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, and the first person to fly solo across three major U.S. routes. Earhart disappeared attempting to circumnavigate the globe in 1937, spurring …

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