Kids use color – black, red, green and blue – to program Ozobot to follow a path forward, backward, fast, slow, right, left and more. This introduces kids to simple coding practices, expands their imaginations and encourages life skills such as deductive reasoning. Ozobot follows your instructions or moves autonomously, it can memorize & play back up to 500 moves. Ozobot can move on physical surfaces like paper or digital planes like smart phones and tablets and between the two seamlessly. Free Apps like OzoLuck, OzoPath and OzoDraw are available from both the iOS and Android App store. Each app brings Ozobot to life when you create mazes, tracks and playgrounds on paper, game boards and digital screens. Ozobot deserves a KAPi Award for being the first robot to teach programming basics to kids using fun and interactive games and activities.