Bee-Bots are softball-sized directional robots that look like mice. They teach students sequencing, an essential coding skill. Use them with accessories like mats or obstacles (you can make your own or purchase a premade one). The robots have directional arrows on the top that you can use to program a sequence. For example, forward four left one, and backward two. After pressing the buttons, you press the go button, and the robot will complete the sequence.