Bee-Bot Download Center
The Downloads page contains a lot of downloadable items, like documentation, product sheets, tutorials, and much more.
The documents are in PDF format. To open these documents, you need to have the Adobe Reader installed. If you haven't, please click the button below that directs you the the Adobe Reader download page.
Do you have any questions about ordering from Terrapin? We have compiled a list of useful questions and answers that you can download as a PDF file. You can also browse our Q&A section in our Wiki for these and other questions. This Q&A section also answer a lot of the technical questions about Terrapin Logo that you may have.
Getting Started with Blue-Bot App provides information on using the iOS and Android Blue-Bot app with Blue-Bot, including explanations of all sections and modes of the app.
Getting Started with Blue-Bot App contains 8 pages.
Pro-Bot Robotics is an expansion of the User Guide that accompanies Pro-Bot. Pro-Bot Robotics provides full information on programming Pro-Bot, including the main program and sub-procedures. It also provides step-by-step instructions on utilizing Pro-Bots touch, light, and sound sensors.
Pro-Bot Robotics contains 18 pages.
Do you use the Blue-Bot App? For those who would like to add our mats to your Blue-Bot app, we've created a separate downloads page. Please click the link above to visit our Mat Downloads page!
The Bee-Bot Product Sheet is a single page describing the Bee-Bot. It is convenient to hand out to parents, friends, and others.
The Pro-Bot Product Sheet is a single page describing the Pro-Bot. It is convenient to hand out to parents, friends, and others.
Meet Blue-Bot, the new version of the popular Bee-Bot robot with a Bluetooth connection that lets you program the robot from a tablet or PC as well as directly via on-board keys. Download the product sheet here.
Books and Curriculum
Kinderlogo is software that offers a fun and unique way for young learners to use the computer. By putting them in charge, Kinderlogo captivates and excites children far beyond typical K–3 computer activities. At the heart of Kinderlogo, children explore freely, moving a "turtle" around the screen using letter commands. They experience a mathematical environment first-hand, making important discoveries that will stay with them. Please see www.kinderlogo.com for more information.
"52 Ideas for Kinderlogo" is a free set of activities for your K-3 learners (PDF).