3rd and 4th grade students were invited to code, load, and go with pint-sized robots during their Hour of Code library lessons with Ms. Ricter. These tiny-but-mighty Ozobot Evos use a visual coding method that works with optical sensors to read Color Codes. Our students programmed these pocket-sized robots to dance, spin and travel through a variety of mazes. Ozobot provides a large lesson library for educators and our students were absolutely mesmerized by these little guys! To learn more about this lesson and other HOC library lessons, check out Ms. Ricter's library blog, The Shelf Life. Ozo-mazing!