Beebots are a great resource in teaching directional language. They are large bee shaped robots that move when given a set of instructions. On top of each bee are four arrows and a go button. Students use the arrows to give the bee a set of instructions on how to move on a map.
The beebots can be used in all learning areas such as English – students can make their own map exploring letters and sounds or Maths – showing the answer to a simple sum on a number line.
Another activity using a sequence of instruction can be used in listening comprehensions where the teacher gives a series of instructions and the students have to draw their understanding of the instruction. Students could create their own picture and instructions which they can then give to a partner. #csertask6
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