Over the next two weeks in the AT&T Classroom, the Lippman students will be working with Ozobot Bits - small “Smart” toy robots. The Ozobot is designed to provide children with opportunities to learn simple coding language while also encouraging children’s creativity and skills for problem-solving and deductive reasoning. The Ozobot device is programmed to follow black, red, blue, and green lines/paths which control the Ozobot ’s movement and speed in different directions. The device has sensors that recognize color sequences and interprets them as commands for directing speed and movement. Building from their work with Ozobots at Lippman, the students worked in teams to design their own mazes for their Ozobots by combining various color combinations and sequences to alter their Ozobot ’s direction and speed to navigate the path.