- Bee and Nectar, Spider and Grasshopper Maze Board
- Made of 20 cm Squares with a Width of 80cmx80cm plus a 5 cm white edge.
- It can be used within the range of Didactic Units and development of any robot and ConiBot
Bee and Nectar, Spider and Grasshopper Maze Board.
It is proposed with the Robots to follow Lines and connect the bee with the flower nectar and the spider with the grasshopper.
Educational project to use in teaching centres.
This device has been developed by Soc. Coop. And. Jándalo, based in their 32 years of experience teaching in Early childhood centres.
We have a complete educational Robotics and ICT project developed for 32 years with children from the first and second cycle of Early Childhood Education. All kids activities are made with our boards and Robots.
Computational thinking works directly with computer programming language, the language of the digital age, and it uses mathematical logic elements:
Similarities and differences between groups, the relationship of parallelism, decomposition and regrouping elements that are part of a whole. Organization and Management of sequences according to criteria and seriations. Research of creative solutions, innovations.
Anticipation, establishment of hypotheses and decision-making based on the process and the final or partial result.
Therefore, it is advantageous to train kids at an early age, in a fun and motivating way, since it encourages on students the following skills:
Organizing analytical thinking.
Designing sequenced instructions and repetitions of those sequences to solve problems (algorithms and loops).
Making decisions based on what is happening at each moment.
Integrating conditionals ("If ... then ...").
Developing deductive logic.
Promoting critical thinking, communication and debate.
Acquiring basic knowledge of technology with which they can control it and not just consume it.
Encouraging to take initiative and creativity.