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This volume serves as a guide to students who are interested in studying the field of robotics in any way.
This 2023 deck features ten famous robots developed by companies and researchers in the U.S. along with facts about each.
This 2022 deck features ten famous robots developed by companies and researchers in the U.S. along with facts about each.
Download the media kit to access resources and guidelines for all your celebration promotional needs!
Use this logo for all your promotional needs. You can find more resources in the "Media Kit" resource
Resources to help learners of any age engage with National Robotics Week.
Find robot and coding activities, resources and more
This set of fun activity worksheets is a perfect introduction to the amazing world of robots.
A showcase for simple experiments that make it easier for anyone to start exploring machine learning, through pictures, drawings, language, music, and more.
For teachers wishing to engage their students in building and programming
For groups of all sizes interested in exploring activities or careers related to robotics!
Design your own mission-driven robot based on bio-mimicry!
Awesome free activities you can use to help your 4–9-year-olds develop an interest in STEM
These engaging and inspirational STEM/STEAM books are perfect for RoboWeek or any time! Includes moving parts (robots light up & move around)
Go through the process of designing a robot with challenges along the way
With a few simple tools and a little creativity, you can build your very own drawing robot!
Instructables is a place that lets you explore, document, and share your creations with endless examples of things to make and do.
A certificate to celebrate you and anyone else who joined in the RoboWeek festivities!
Read about the daily adventures of Skip, an average kid with an above-average dog named Bleeker; a rechargeable dog equipped with Spock-like sensibilities and his own programmable training manual.
Free hands-on robotics project resources for students, parents, and teachers.
Discover how robots can do a variety of tasks from playing soccer to treating diseases to collecting rock samples from Mars.
Check out this cool site that features nearly 200 robots from all over the world, including several from iRobot.
Activities for robots or computer, some activities offer a simulator to get started with.
Inspired by the Trading Card deck we launch every year, now you can design your own problem-solving robot!
Learn how to make a ultra-simple bugbot navigates with feelers and switches.
Virtual backgrounds for all your remote events! They're also one of the easiest ways to celebrate #RoboWeek!
Print the 2022 National All-Star Robot Deck at home! The deck features ten famous robots developed by companies and researchers in the U.S. along with facts about each.