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Volume 14, Number 3
Holiday 2018  

Greetings!
Welcome to the Holiday 2018 issue of Turtle Talk, the Terrapin newsletter and happy holidays!
   
Holiday Specials with Free Shipping
2018 Holiday Specials 
 
Just in time for gift-giving, Terrapin is offering special promotions on several products. When you select from our Holiday Specials collection you receive a bonus product at no charge along with free shipping to US destinations for everything in the shopping cart!  Holiday specials include:

  • FREE Command Cards with either Bee-Bot (AA battery-powered) or Blue-Bot
  • FREE Shipping
    to US destinations for everything in the cart with any Holiday Special
Delight young learners with a robot or digital microscope and save during this special time of year. 
 
To take advantage of the offers, order a Holiday Special  by December 31, but be sure to order by December 14 for delivery by Christmas.
Bee-Bot Reinforces Sequencing Concepts
Sequencing with Bee-Bot
Using Bee-Bot to sequence Little Red Riding Hood
Mallory Jurkash, STEM Innovation Teacher at Cedar Elementary School in Avon, IN uses Bee-Bot to teach sequencing across the curriculum.

While studying scientific concepts, Mallory's students program Bee-Bot to move stage by stage through the life cycle of a bird, lizard, or other creature.

Mallory's students use Bee-Bot to travel through stages of a story narrative in language arts.

Mallory finds using Bee-Bot to teach sequencing has many benefits:
  • programming Bee-Bot helps understanding event sequence
  • students discover new facts at each stop
  • concepts of the order of things are strengthened
  • students learn to follow directions
  • sentence structure is reinforced
  • memory is strengthened
Mallory observes that "sequencing exercises as well as learning about the order of things means students collaborate, estimate, and apply algorithms to successfully move Bee-Bot to the next stage of a lesson".
 
See you at FETC in Orlando
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Join Terrapin at the annual FETC Conference in Orlando from Jan 27-30. Come by Booth #1008 to say hello, see and try Terrapin 'bots and other products, get your questions answered, and share your experiences.
  
  FETC Interactive Playground  Terrapin will also participate in the pre-conference Early Learning Digital Sandbox on Sunday, January 27 from 8:00-11:00 a.m.  Come to the Sandbox for an opportunity to try all of Terrapin's products.  While there be sure to sign up for the raffle to win a Bee-Bot or Easi-Scope!   

If you have not yet registered, use Promo Code TERRAPIN19 to get a 10% Discount off the FETC registration fee.
 
See you in Orlando!
In This Issue

Terrapin Speaks Spanish
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Purdue Engineering gift Guide 2018
Need a gift idea? The
features Terrapin's InO-Bot among 
games, books, and toys with an engineering and STEM theme. 

TCEA 2019 Logo  
Terrapin will exhibit in  
Booth #547
at the 
San Antonio, TX  
February 4-8
Hour of Code
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Over 155,000 events worldwide will be
held next month,
many using 
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