Beetle Blocks in Action

Mrs. Pollard's Code Club

Laurel Pollard is a K-4 teacher starting an after-school code club. She blogs about her experiences getting started with Beetleblocks, making some designs inspired by Logo programming, and creating beautiful prints on a watercolorbot and a 3D printer.

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Design and Computation at the Pratt Institute

In Duks Koschitz's course, students use Beetleblocks for in-depth exploration of 2D and 3D algorithmic design. They fabricate their designs using wire-bending machines, pen-plotters, and 3D printers. Check out the student blogs to track their progress.

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Exploratorium Tinkering Studio

The facilitators at the San Francisco Exploratorium Tinkering Studio experiment with Beetleblocks themselves, in workshops with teachers, and with museum visitors. They use the watercolorbot to make colorful paintings of Beetleblocks designs.

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Citilab-Cornellà

The Citilab (Cornellà de Llobregat, Barcelona) partially sponsored the development of Beetle Blocks, and they keep using it in activities ranging from workshops to showcases or single-day introduction sessions to computation and 3D printing.

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