Wonder Workshop - Cue Robot for Middle School
K-5 | Technology Skills | App & Robot
Wonder Workshop > Cue
Who is Cue?
Cue is an incredibly clever robot with a witty attitude that’s full of interactive surprises! Choose from 4 unique avatars to customize cue with a personality that’s right for you. Cue supports both text and block-based coding, providing differentiation. You can translate your block-based code to text-based code and vice versa. The more you explore, the more you’ll discover what Cue can do.
Experience interactive communication unlike any other robot. New Emotive AI systems, more memory, improved sensors, upgraded processors, and advanced Bluetooth capabilities make cue a true CleverBot.
- 3 Proximity Sensors
- Real-time Bluetooth
- IR Robot Interaction
- 3 Processors & Sensor Fusion
- Dual Motors & Potentiometers
- 3 Microphones & Speaker
- Programmable LED & Buttons
- 2 Powered Wheels & Encoders
Cue Education App
- Control Cue with programs sent via Bluetooth
- Learn to code Cue’s motors, lights, buttons, and sensors with 24 challenges
- Automatically save programs and challenge progress on your device
New Comprehensive Solution for Middle Schools
The personable Cue robot is now ready for middle school. Our comprehensive solution includes teacher training, curriculum, and classroom features for Chromebook and Windows 10 to help you bring computer science to life for your students. Our project-based Applied Robotics Curriculum for grades 6-8 builds advanced skill sets and promotes design thinking through open-ended activities and collaborative projects. These resources, along with exclusive bundled savings, support educators in teaching students 21st-century skills like critical thinking and communication.
Wonder Workshop's standards-aligned comprehensive curricular resources support teachers integrating robotics and coding concepts into the curriculum. The lesson plans present long-term design thinking and cross-curricular projects that support students in attaining important 21st-century skills.
The Design Process Student Notebook includes Activity Menus in which students choose one of four short activities that help them practice fundamental coding concepts. Students plan out, test, record, and reflect on the programs they develop.