Alex and Joe’s Review of Dash and Dot

Here is a guest post by two 5th Grade students who took home for the weekend Dash and Dot. Enjoy reading!

Alex and Joe’s robot review,
Joe and I loved testing the new robot. The brand new robots worked really well and can do some impressive things. But before we could play with the robots ( Dot and Dash ) we needed to get four apps. Those apps would enable us to use some of the cool accessories that came with. The names of the apps are, Xylo, Go, Blockly, and Path. The app Xylo could make the larger robot named Dash play a mini xylophone that came with the other accessories. The app Go was the basic app where you could drive and make Dash and dot play songs. Dot the smaller robot isn’t able to move but can still make sounds. The app Blockly is a lot like the app Hopscotch. You can program the robots to do lots of things. The last app Path enables you to draw a path with your finger on your device and then make Dash follow the path. Both the robots will bring a lot of
laughter and good times. What will you make them do?


One thought on “Alex and Joe’s Review of Dash and Dot

  1. Patti May 13, 2015 at 9:07 am Reply

    Love it! The boys really enjoyed spending time investigating and discovering what each robot could do. Great collaboration and discussion as they worked together to unlock mysteries and solve problems.

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