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Do not hesitate to consult the resources for years of study higher than yours, there are sixth grade activities that may be appropriate for the fourth and fifth years of primary school. All these resources are in English. You can also consult these resources sorted by robots/technological platforms. We update this document regularly.

You will find all the necessary material for these educational modules on our website:

Robotics in kindergarten

Robots are a fun educational platforms, very popular with children! Beyond a first discovery of how the new technologies that surround them work, using robots with the very young, they will learn :

  • To work in a group
  • To seek solutions to problems
  • To develop their creative minds
  • To count and familiarize with space locations

Makeblock Education website is full of resources you can use in your different workshops

As for the mBot robot, Ozobot offers a lot of resources for all ages and for educators

Modular robotics offers lessons for every grade (from Pre-K to to Grade 7-12)

To captivate and teach what's better than a bee robot?

Robotics in primary school

Children can continue to develop the skills learned with robots for kindergarten, they can start creating simple algorithms.

  • The child who programs learn to objectify actions, by translating his thoughts into a program.
  • He will learn to break down a problem into simple tasks.
  • Some teachers even reported that programming made it easier to learn to read (structural logic).

Students will experience the interaction between the physical world and software through learning the course.

Makeblock Education website is full of resources you can use in your different workshops

As for the mBot robot, Ozobot offers a lot of resources for all ages and for educators

This Cubelets robots getting started guide is the only resource you need to familiarise yourself with these bots!

Modular robotics offers lessons for every grade (from Pre-K to to Grade 7-12)

Robotics in secondary school

Robotics will be able to be used in several subjects taught in secondary school:

  • Mathematics: geometry and algorithmic
  • Physics: mechanics and electricity
  • Technology: electronic circuits and components, mechanical engineering, computing and programming

Makeblock Education website is full of resources you can use in your different workshops

As for the mBot robot, Ozobot offers a lot of resources for all ages and for educators

Modular robotics offers lessons for every grade (from Pre-K to to Grade 7-12)

LEGO Education has gathered several lessons for your workshops, adapted to Grades 6-8 students

Thanks to the Arduino Community, you have access to different activities suitable for secondary school students

Robotics in high school

Now a must in private and professional life, IT has its place in high school. Robotics allows students to learn programming, but also electronics, design, problem solving, group work, etc… This is an area where many skills can be learned.

Robotics can be used as a course material (informatic, mathematics, technology, physics) but also be the subject of a project on which the teacher and students will work throughout the year.

The teachers who organize this kind of project notice each time an involvement of their class beyond the average and a true cohesion around these projects. It also allows students to learn about fields such as engineering, mechanics or electronics.

Makeblock Education website is full of resources you can use in your different workshops

Modular robotics offers lessons for every grade (from Pre-K to to Grade 7-12)

Thanks to the Arduino Community, you have access to different activities suitable for high school students

Raspberry Pi website is full of resources to help you prepare your workshops!