Dash and Dot Robots

Dash and Dot STEM Kit contents

Dash and Dot are animated, programmable, and friendly robots that empower children to explore robotics learning through play. Both bots move, glow, make sounds, sense their environment, and interact with each other; and they are wirelessly programmable. The three Wonder Workshop apps making programming these bots easy, and the included Challenge Cards and Curriculum Guide provide everything needed to teach the six fundamental coding concepts: sequences, loops, events, conditionals, functions, and variables. Including both a Dash robot and Dot robot, this kit is ideal for small group programs.

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  • 1 Dash robot
  • 1 Dot robot
  • 6 Building block connectors (for use with LEGOs or LEGO compatible bricks)
  • 1 Bulldozer bar
  • 1 Tow hook
  • 1 Launcher set with 3 balls
  • 6 Target stackers
  • 2 Bunny ears
  • 1 Bunny tail
  • 1 Learn to Code Challenge Cards Starter Pack
  • 2 Kindle Fire HD10 tablets with apps installed
  • Resource Binder


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The Kindle Fire tablets included in this kit come with the following 3 apps installed.

Wonder Workshop Wonder app icon for Dash and Dot robots   Wonder (Dash and Dot)


   Blockly (Dash and Dot)

  • Blockly is a drag-and-drop visual programming tool that introduces children as young as 6 to fundamental programming concepts including:

    • Algorithm Design
    • Command Sequences and Control Flow
    • Conditionals
    • Loops
    • Sensors and Events through creative problem solving.

   Path (Dash)

  • Path introduces children to sequences, events, and sensors through its simple draw, drag, and drop interface. Plan, program, and execute an adventure for Dash while learning fundamental concepts of computational thinking.

    Concepts taught in Path:
    • Algorithm design
    • Command sequences
    • Control flow
    • Sensors and Events
    • Problem solving

App Overview Video by Wonder Workshop (YouTube)


This STEM Kit was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.


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