Sphero indi
Sphero indi

Speed into STEAM with indi

Our first robot designed specifically for early learners! indi inspires imaginative play-based learning by empowering kids to design and build their own mazes while teaching critical problem-solving and computational thinking skills with or without the need of an app.

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Inspiring the Creators of Tomorrow

Sphero makes remarkably cool, programmable robots and STEAM-based educational tools that transform the way kids learn, create and invent through coding, science, music, and the arts.

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Sphero has changed how students engage with abstract ideas in the classroom, where before students were confused and bored with learning, now students get excited about engaging with new ideas and concepts. Sphero creates an environment of collaboration and critical thinking where each student's creativity is allowed to flourish!

- Hannah Jimenez, Teacher & Sphero Hero in North Carolina

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A teenage boy programs his Sphero BOLT on his laptop at his desk at home.
At SchoolKamrey Mantz

How to Get Started Programming with Your Sphero BOLT

You got your Sphero BOLT, you’ve downloaded the Sphero Edu app and taken it for a spin, now what? In this blog, we’ll cover the basics of programming with Sphero BOLT and how to level up your knowledge along the way. 
Students practice computational thinking skills with Sphero robots in school.
At SchoolSphero Staff

What is Computational Thinking? A Guide to Computational Thinking, Algorithms, and Pattern Recognition

If you’re new to the concept of computational thinking, this blog will further break down exactly what it is, why it’s an important skill to start developing at an early age, and how educators can encourage it in the classroom and at home. 
How to Teach Kids to Code, Even Without a Computer
At HomeAngela Stone

How to Teach Kids to Code, Even Without a Computer

Knowledge of computer science and programming will become crucial in most future careers. This justifies why more than 90% of U.S parents want their children to be taught computer science, and 40% of schools have already included programming topics in their education curriculum. 

Collaborative STEAM Activities & Hands-on Programs

Two boys having fun learning STEM with BOLT robot in the classroom.
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Go #BeyondCode and enrich your learning experience with engaging STEAM activities that foster creativity and collaboration.
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A place to share and get inspired – whether it’s a project, program, or an idea

Brandy New, Sphero Hero and instructional technology coordinator in Kentucky, is actively involved with designing curriculum for Shattered Glass, an organization created to provide opportunities for girls to explore technology and related STEM fields.