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Lewis, Clark, Liberty, Nashua (we like to call him Nash), Palmer, and Ferguson (also known as Fergie).  My second graders (ok, the entire student body and even some staff) are absolutely giddy every time they even catch a glimpse of these cute little fellows.  We love the possibilities that these robots offer!  Coding, creativity, and collaboration!  I am so lucky to get to end every day of the week sharing these guys with my second graders.


Anonymous said…
Thank you Mrs.Rosheim for sharing.

Your post post makes me think about when we played with dot and dash. Your post reminds me of whan my group almost made it around the obstacle. I wander if 2nd grade will use dot and dash again.

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