• Grade 3 & 4 students coding Ozobot

    Children paper coding Ozobot
  • Build interactive circuits with Arduino

    Arduino Circuit
  • Embed computational thinking into structured play with Robot Mouse

    Children coding Robot Mouse
  • Teachers programming Edison to do a trick

    Teachers programming Edison
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We equip teachers with the pedagogy, technological skills, and physical tools they need to embed computational thinking and coding into their classrooms. Our engaging, age-appropriate activities are linked to Saskatchewan curricula and use robotics that students love to learn with.



  • Individual Student Kits delivered to the classroom (one per student plus one teacher kit)
  • Prescribed lesson plans geared towards independent learning in addition to our lessons found on saskcode.ca
  • Teacher assistance via video conferencing plus email support
  • All kits will be cleaned and disinfected between rotations
  • MICROBITS coming soon!


  • All sessions will be delivered virtually until further notice
  • Teachers will receive an individual robotics and coding kit prior to the PD session to use
  • Teachers signing up for Robot Mouse, Edison, Microbit, and Arduino PD will receive a free individual teacher kit to keep
  • STAY TUNED!!  PD dates to be announced
  • Contact Curt or Bill at saskcode@gmail.com if your division is interested in us providing a PD session for your area.

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Meet the 'bots

Robot Mouse

Robot Mouse

Site: Learning Resources

Grade range: K-2

How it works: Students use coding cards to create a set of instructions for Robot Mouse to get around. It sounds easy enough, but this mouse needs to find its way through mazes and to solve puzzles along the way.



Site: Ozobot

Grade range: 3-4

How it works: Ozobot is a line-tracking robot that is programmed using colour codes and to complete a broad range of tasks. It can either scan codes off of paper or be programmed using a block-based coding language.



Site: Meet Edison

Grade range: 5-6

How it works: Edison can be programmed to complete tasks using one of three coding languages (block-based, a Python variant, or a hybrid language) or scannable barcodes. It comes equipped with a variety of sensors such as sound, infrared tracking, and light tracking. Part of what makes Edison so engaging is that it is covered with pegs that allow it to connect to Lego and other similar building blocks to create elaborate projects.

LilyPad Arduino

LilyPad Arduino

Site: Sparkfun

Grade range: 7-8

How it works: LilyPad is small in size, but comes with an Arduino microcontroller that can run off of a watch battery. Combined with buttons, sensors, and LEDs, LilyPad can be used to create a variety of programmable wearables that are integrated into clothing and other textiles. As it features an Arduino chip, it can be programmed using BlocklyDuino or through a command line interface.

Arduino Uno


Site: Arduino

Grade range: 7-8

How it works: The Arduino Uno is an expandable control board that features an Arduino microcontroller and a whole bunch of ways to interact with it. The Uno can be used to create autonomous cars, manage home automation, and just about anything else you can think of. It can be programmed using BlocklyDuino or through a command line interface.

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441 Witney Ave. N.
Saskatoon, SK  S7L 3M6

Phone: (306) 683-7773
Fax: (306) 657-3999
Email: admin@saskatooniec.ca

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