Teaches core concepts of coding, design, and robotics, not just how to put robots together. 50+ hours of content available.
Introduction to designing robots
Introduction to coding sensors and motors while building from a specific design.
Lesson 1: Make a Police Car
Lesson 2: How to use the LED and the Buzzer
Lesson 3: How to use the DC Motor and IR Photoreflector
Lesson 4: How to use functions in your code
Become a KOOV Block Artist
Learn basic skills & techniques of building with KOOV blocks, sensors, motors and more.
Lesson 1: Getting used to KOOV blocks
Lesson 2: The 360 Connector and the center of gravity
Lesson 3: Strengthening boards
Lesson 4: Learn by watching and copying
Lesson 5: How to place and balance
Lesson 6: Objectives and originality
Difficulty: Level 1
My First Robot Coding
Start having fun with code and electronic parts by building robots.
Lesson 1: Start coding with KOOV
Lesson 2: Getting into electronics
Lesson 3: Combining buttons and the light sensor
Lesson 4: Detecting distance and expressing sound
Lesson 5: Round and round with the DC Motor
Lesson 6: Step in with the Servo Motor
Difficulty: Level 2
Learning Mechanisms of Robots
Dive deeper into the mechanisms behind robot movements and learn how to use new electronic parts.
Lesson 1: Climbing Koala – Learn about the mechanism behind the gears
Lesson 2: Race Car – Learn how to use the push switch
Lesson 3: Rabbit Rider – Learn how to use the accelerometer
Lesson 4: Walking Alpaca – Learn how to make it walk with a DC motor
Lesson 5: Walking Giraffe – Learn how to make it walk with a servo motor
Lesson 5: Balancing Meerkat – Learn how to help maintain balance of robots
Difficulty: Level 3
Brushing up Your Coding Skills
Think of the movements of a robot and come up with the code yourself.
Lesson 1: Dolphin Kicker – Code a robot dolphin to make it kick a block
Lesson 2: Singing Parakeet – Code a robot parakeet to make it chirp/sing
Lesson 3: Roulette – Code a roulette that will give you a hit or jackpot
Lesson 4: Propeller Plane – Code a robot propeller plane so it plays music as it moves
Lesson 5: Trombone Player – Code a robot bear so it plays the trombone
Lesson 6: Rhythmic Drum – Code a drum with glowing LEDs to perform for you
Difficulty: Level 3
The KOOV App includes 55+ Robot Recipes that students can construct at their own speed and help to inspire their own original creations. Most robot builds can be done in less than an hour.
Free production zone
Using skills developed in the Learning Course, kids can make, save, and share their own creations here.