October was filled with exciting hands-on learning and exploration in the classroom, from The Great Ozo Race, to a spooky haunted neighborhood and a new Ozobot world record! Dive into this blog post to discover the fascinating STEM adventures that took place in October!
Mrs. Ogean’s class created full ecosystems models! From jungles to zoos, these students took their bots on a wild ride.
This classroom went into full STEAM mode! From bowling, to origami, to disappearing candy corn these students put their bots to work.
It was the Miller Maker’s turn to challenge themselves with The Great Ozo Race! Students drew speed color codes to create their track without knowing what codes they chose.
Mr. Weston’s 6th graders created a special road to help their Ozobots tour the geographic regions of North America!
The students at Havelock Elementary took to break a record for the longest line of color coding with Ozobots!
These third graders designed a spooky island map for their Ozobot to travel around. They coded their bots around a graveyard and a haunted amusement park!
Mrs. Candela’s fifth grade class took to creating a neighborhood full of haunted houses for their Ozobots. They turned their creativity into a haunted masterpiece!
Edison Elementary students embarked on a Spooktacular classroom trick-or-treating adventure!
Riverside Consolidated School students took to creating maps and color codes for their Ozobot sea turtles to guide them safely from their nests to the water.
Thank you to all our educators who shared their students’ creations. We love seeing all of your ideas and creativity! Keep the wonderful ideas and STEAM activities coming, and be sure to tag @Ozobot or #Ozobot in your creations this summer for a chance to be featured in our next roundup of favorite #OzoThings.