Don't drop the Ozobots No water near the Ozobots Only one person can hold the Ozobot at a time Always put the Ozobot down to let another student use it.
How do Ozobots work?
To make Ozobots work, we must draw lines on our paper for Ozobot to follow.
How do we communicate with Ozobot?
We use "codes" to communicate with Ozobot. Codes are commands to tell our Ozobot what we want it to do. Drawing lines using color codes can tell Ozobot to do things like pause, move slow, or move fast.
How do we control our Ozobot?
Ozobots have a computer like our "brain." If someone tells us to stand up, our brain tells our body to stand up. It understands language. Ozobots understand a special language too called a code. Codes give the Ozobots commands to do something.
How do color codes work?
Color codes tell our Ozobot what we want it to do. They act as a "command." When I draw a certain pattern, the Ozobot reads it. The pattern tells the Ozobot what I want it to do.
Color codes: Red-Black-Red Tells Ozobot to go slow Blue-Green-Blue Tells Ozobot to speed up Red-Blue-Red Tells Ozobot to pause