Ozobot Bit

It's never too early to learn code.

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When the tiny Ozobot robot first hit the market last year, it taught kids the logic of coding by letting them control Ozobot's movements along colored lines drawn on a tablet or even plain paper. With the introduction of the new $49 Ozobot Bit, kids can graduate to basic "if, then" programming using Google's simplified Blocky language.

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