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Programming - Blue-Bot 1 2 Standard tile pack 3


Key features n 25 TacTiles included n 10 position slots n Rechargeable n Speaker for audible feedback n Bluetooth connectivity


n Connect up to three units together


n Compatible with both Standard and Extension tiles


n Physically correct sequences and algorithms


Extension tile pack


Connecting to a Blue-Bot couldn’t be easier


1 Blue-Bot® TacTile Reader


Introducing our very own Blue-Bot TacTile Reader, a unique and alternative way to program your Blue- Bot! Place your individual tiles in a row to build up a sequence of instructions, press go and see Blue- Bot complete the program. Connecting to a Blue-Bot couldn’t be easier, turn Blue-Bot on, press connect on the Reader and wait for Blue-Bots eyes to go blue to show it is connected! Up to three readers can be connected together so children can build a program of up to thirty steps. 25 TacTiles included.


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2 Blue-Bot TacTile Standard Tile Pack


Each Blue-Bot TacTile Reader comes with 25 tiles. However, if you need to replace some or just want to have a larger selection to choose from then the TacTile Standard Pack is perfect. Pack of 25.


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3 Blue-Bot Tile Extension Pack


The TacTile Extension Pack introduces extra functionality to the standard pack including 45° turns and repeats. Using these, children can program Blue-Bot to explore geometry and also


create efficient algorithms. Pack of 25. EL00546


4 Blue-Bot Mat Pack The Blue-Bot Mat Pack is perfect for getting your class to replicate the mats they see on screen to the ones on the floor! This pack comes with 3 mats so you can get programming right away. The Blue- Bot Mat Pack includes:


• 6 x Blue-Bots • 1 x Rechargeable Docking Station • 1 x Farm mat • 1 x Treasure Island mat • 1 x Fairy Tale mat


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COMPUTING & ICT


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