5 Screen-Free Ways to Code with Botley 2.0 Robot

By 2/22/2022 05:45:00 PM ,

Botley 2.0 – a 100% screen-free coding robot for kids, is packed with tricks and functions to explore the world of coding, with intelligence and personality.


With Botley 2.0 ($64.99), kids aged 5+ will enjoy endless STEM fun while learning hands-on coding and critical thinking skills, without the need for a phone or tablet.

Kids are challenged to program their way through obstacle courses with sequences of coding steps, explore multiple ways to code using lights, color and motion, or they can play a game utilizing Botley 2.0’s LED light sensor that makes his eyes light up when in the dark.

The Learning Resources has an activity sheet with 55 Coding Activities with Botley 2.0. All these at home coding activities are really fun, so I'm sharing five I think kids will enjoy!

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5 Coding Activities with Botley 2.0

(from the 55 list)


Happy Birthday!

  • Celebrate someone’s special day with Botley! Press and hold CLEAR, then enter in the following code: Back, Back, Back, Forward, Forward, Forward.
  • Now, press TRANSMIT and listen to Botley sing a special birthday song!

Freeze Dance Game

  • Enter CODE BY COLOR mode and program a long code (60+ steps) sequence for Botley—the longer the sequence, the better! Try different colors to create a wild lightshow.
  • Now press TRANSMIT and dance along with Botley.
  • When the music stops, FREEZE and stop dancing. Anyone still dancing is out!

Maze Master

  • Use construction blocks to build a maze. (Be sure Botley can fit through the maze!)
  • Now, build your code to get Botley through the maze.
  • Take turns to see who can get through the maze in the fewest number of steps!

Word Jumble

  • Write the letters of your name on separate pieces of paper.
  • Scramble the letters and line them up in a row.
  • Now, program Botley to go to each letter, in order, to spell your name. Scramble the letters again and enter a new program

Making Art with Botley

  • Place a thin felt-tip marker in each of Botley’s hands (if they don’t fit, you can tape them to his hands). Remove the caps of the markers.
  • Now, place Botley on a large sheet of paper.
  • Code Botley to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces! Be sure to use 45-degree turns to make your artwork unique!

Since I only shared 5 from 55 list, there's lots more coding fun kids can learn.

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39 comments

  1. My granddaughter would love to have this. I would get it for her.

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  2. My nephew would enjoy learning the coding activities.

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  3. This is so great. My daughter would love love love this. I would love to win it for her. Patricia E

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  4. I think my kids would really enjoy it.

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  5. think my little nephew would love this

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  6. I would like to try the maze master activity first with the kids on the Botley 20.
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  7. I think my nephew would love the maze master activity.

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  8. I would love to try the Freeze Dance Game

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  9. I will make art and use the Happy Birthday option.

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  10. I would probably do the happy birthday option first and then try all the rest. It looks so fun!

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  11. Definitely the Freeze Dance game! Sounds like so much fun

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  12. Free Dance Game sounds like so much fun. I know my kids would love that.

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  13. The Word Jumble would be fun for my kids.

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  14. This is great! We'd love to try making art - that looks like fun & an activity that could last for hours :)

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  15. This looks like a lot of fun!

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  16. The maze is where he will the most use, but hopefully my kids can come up with an endless number of ways to use him.

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  17. My grandson would have a ball with this

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  18. I think my daughter would love to play the freeze dance game.

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  19. I would like to try the Making Art with Botley.

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  20. The maze master activity would be the first one

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  21. My grandchildren would have a lot of fun with the Maze Master activity!

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  22. I would let him sing Happy Birthday!

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  23. My grandson would like the maze master activity.

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  24. I have a nephew who would love this. The maze program sounds like it would be a lot of fun.

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  25. The first one we would do is Freeze Dance Game. I'd love my grand daughter to learn to code with this fun tool.

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  26. Would love to make art with Botley!

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  27. Botley Rodeo and Freeze Dance Game!

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  28. I would have Botley sing Happy Birthday to my daughter next month.

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  29. the rodeo one!

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  30. What fun! The MAZE and I would do the Birthday Song first.

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  31. My granddaughter would love to do art or just about anything. This looks fun. Thank you

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  32. First I would like to try the Happy Birthday.

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  33. The maze master would be a fun activity to do with my gkids!

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  34. I would be excited to try freeze dance and make art first.

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