Campers started their morning in the AT&T Classroom by programming their Ozobot Bits to work through some of the mazes and challenges within the Ozobot Bit kit. Building on their hands-on coding with colors and static codes, this morning the campers also learned to program their Ozobots using flash codes, i.e., rapidly changing combinations of colors that are displayed on a digital screen such as a tablet or iPad. The campers are programming with flash codes using tools within the Ozobot app - OzoDraw, OzoPath, and OzoGroove. OzoDraw allows children to select from multiple gameplay modes and draw lines and patterns (flash codes) on a tablet’s screen for the Ozobot to follow. The tool offers a Playground mode with mazes and backgrounds that children can use as a starting point as well as a FreeDraw mode that offers a blank canvas. Also within the app, OzoPath offers mazes and tracks for programming and OzoGroove allows children to program dance movements and steps for their Ozobot. The Ozobot app is available in the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store.