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Spooky STEAM OzoThings

October is for all things spooky! It also happens to be one of our favorite months of the year because we get to see all of your amazing creations for the annual Ozobot Costume Contest

We’ve seen so many creative ways teachers use Evo during the month of October, including haunted house projects, trick-or-treating, unique costumes, and all the pumpkin-themed activities. Take a look at some of our favorite spooky STEAM OzoThings for 2021!

Scuba Bot (Costume Contest Entry)

Rene Perry’s STEM class has already put together multiple entries for this year’s costume contest (yay!) but this one really caught our attention. Her students got so creative making this scuba diver costume, and even attached a shark to the top for a scary effect! The bot’s fishing net also doubles as its candy bag for trick-or-treating. SUPER COOL!

Escape The Ghosts

What is Halloween without ghosts? Waterville Primary School students spent some time doing a fun activity where they had to use Color Codes to get Evo away from the ghosts. We hope they used a lot of Turbo codes! 

Haunted Dollhouse

This is just insane! Alexandra Pearson’s students created this multi-level haunted dollhouse out of cardboard, then coded their Evos to go through it. The attention to detail here is so awesome. There is an Evo bat outside the house, multiple windows where you can peek inside at the dressed-up Evos, and even some intricately made flights of stairs. Very, very well done! 


A full town for Ozobots that is all Halloween-themed? Rene Perry’s students are at it again! Her sixth graders created this town, filled with trees, ghosts, headstones, pumpkins, and more. They even did a lot of debugging to get Evo up to the house to successfully trick-or-treat. 

Kindercoders Trick-or-Treat

Mrs. Wootton’s Kindergarten students had so much fun doing this trick-or-treat activity with their Evo! We see a lot of Short Super Slow codes here. They must be going slow so they have time to pick up those candy corns! 

Thank you to all our educators who shared their students’ creations. We love the ideas and creativity. Keep the wonderful ideas coming, and be sure to share your creations with us on social media using @Ozobot or #Ozobot for a chance to be featured. Stay tuned for next month’s OzoThings post!

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