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Vol.14 No.4 Winter 2019 Issue
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Vol.14 No.2 Fall 2018 Issue
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Vol.13 No.6 Summer 2018 Issue
Vol.13 No.5 Spring 2018 Issue
Vol.13 No.4 Winter 2018 Issue
Vol.13 No.3 Holiday 2017 Issue
Vol.13 No.2 Fall 2017 Issue
Vol.13 No.1 Back to School 2017 Issue

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Vol.12 No.6 Summer 2017 Issue
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Vol.12 No.4 Winter 2017 Issue
Vol.12 No.3 Holiday 2016 Issue
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2015-16 School Year

Vol.11 No.6 TacTile Reader: A New Way to Program
Vol.11 No.5 Spring 2016 Issue
Vol.11 No.4 Winter 2016 Issue
Vol.11 No.3 The Holiday 2015 Issue
Vol.11 No.2 Bee + Pro + Blue = Ultimate Robot Trio
Vol.11 No.1 Choose the 'Bot for Your Bundle

2014-15 School Year

Vol.10 No.2 Blue-Bot is coming soon!
Vol.10 No.1 New Terrapin Logo 4.0 Now Available

2013-14 School Year

Vol.9 No.3 Build a Bee-Bot Bundle
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Vol.9 No.2 Bee-Give Learning and Fun for the Holidays
Vol.9 No.1 Bee-Bots are now rechargeable!

2012-13 School Year

Vol.8 No.4 Visit Terrapin at ISTE 2013
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Vol.8 No.2 Holiday Specials with Free Shipping
Vol.8 No.1 Back to School with 'Bots!

2011-12 School Year

Vol.7 No.4 Logo Library Summer Sale!
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Vol.7 No.1 Bee-Bot Dice Mat Builds Number Skills

2010-11 School Year

Vol.6 No.4 New On-Line Logo Math Course
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Vol.6 No.2 Logo Models and Methods Second Edition
Vol.6 No.1 Pro-Bot and Logo Make a Great Combination

2009-10 School Year

Vol.5 No.5 Tell Us Your Logo Experience
Vol.5 No.4 Problem-Solving with Bee-Bot
Vol.5 No.3 Holiday Bundles Make Great Gifts
Vol.5 No.2 Unlimited Challenges with Pro-Bot Route Mat
Vol.5 No.1 Embark on Logo Adventures

2008-09 School Year

Vol.4 No.4 Go, Logo! : Logo and Math for Middle School
Vol.4 No.3 Use Bee-Bot to Teach Across the Curriculum
Vol.4 No.2 Teach Economic Basics with Bee-Bot Coin Mat
Vol.4 No.1 New Terrapin Logo Version 3 Now Available

2007-08 School Year

Vol.3 No.4 Fun Summer Learning with Logo Combo Packs
Vol.3 No.3 New Format for Logo Curriculum
Vol.3 No.2 Crystal Rain Forest V2 is here!
Vol.3 No.1 Pro-Bot Combines Logo and Robotics

2006-07 School Year

Vol.2 No.4 Blast Off for Far Out Logo Investigations!
Vol.2 No.3 Enter the Bee-Bot Worlds…
Vol.2 No.2 Introducing Bee-Bot
Vol.2 No.1 Turtle Talk Begins Electronic Publication


Turtle Talk
Volume 8, Number 4
School's Out! 2013
Welcome to the end of school year issue of Turtle Talk,
the Logo newsletter from Terrapin.

Visit Terrapin at ISTE 2013
See Terrapin at ISTE

Come see us! Terrapin is displaying in Booth # 9054 in the Exposition Hall at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference June 23-26 in San Antonio, Texas. If you will be at the conference, be sure to come by and say hello and take a look at the full range of Terrapin products.

Even if you are not attending ISTE, you can still participate. Visit Terrapin's ISTE web page to enter the raffle to win Terrapin Logo, Bee-Bot, or Pro-Bot. Download the new product sheets for each of the products.

Terrapin has a limited number of exhibition hall passes available. Contact Terrapin to obtain one if you or adult family members will be in San Antonio during ISTE but are not registered for the conference. We look forward to seeing you in San Antonio!

Enter Terrapin's ISTE raffle...

Pro-Bot Generates Excitement at Old Town Academy
5th Grade Challenge at Old Town Academy

Pro-Bots are a big part of STEM curriculum at Old Town Academy Charter School in San Diego, CA where they are used in 2nd through 5th grades. Pro-Bot, dubbed "Racer" by the students, creates enthusiasm and motivates students to work hard to successfully accomplish their tasks.

Second graders use Pro-Bot to hit bulls-eyes. Third graders use Pro-Bot to draw shapes and knock over pegs. Fourth graders hit sequential bulls-eyes while drawing their paths to refine them. Fifth graders use Pro-Bot to knock over pegs of a certain color in a group of multicolored pegs, illustrated in the challenge pictured above.

These exercises develop planning skills and require careful measurement of distances and angles. Watch Old Town Academy students using Pro-Bot and see their excitement.

New Pro-Bot Manual Available for Download
Pro-Bot Robotics Guide

Terrapin has published Pro-Bot Robotics, a new guide to the Pro-Bot robot. Pro-Bot Robotics supplements the Pro-Bot User Guide.

Pro-Bot Robotics provides step-by-step instructions on operating Pro-Bot and accessing all of its capabilities. These include using sub-procedures and special commands and incorporating touch, sound, and light sensors into Pro-Bot programs.

Pro-Bot Robotics is an 18-page manual available in PDF format. Pro-Bot Robotics may be downloaded from the Terrapin web site at no charge.

In this issue
  • Visit Terrapin at ISTE 2013
  • Pro-Bot Generates Excitement at Old Town Academy
  • New Pro-Bot Manual Available for Download
  • Quick Links...

    Turtle Talk Archive

    Upgrade to Terrapin Logo v. 3


    Contact Terrapin

    Nerdy with Children features Bee-Bot
    Nerdy with Children, a new web site which "publishes nerd-worthy stories and advice for nerdy, geeky, and alternative parents" recently featured Bee-Bot. The site suggests kids design a maze and program Bee-Bot to travel through it and shows a video of kids having fun doing just that.

    CSTA Computer Science Standards
    The Computer Science Teacher Association (CSTA) has linked K-12 computer science standards to STEM Cluster Topics, Common Core State Standards, and to Partnership for the 21st Century Essential Skills These crosslinks help show how computer science instruction helps reinforce national educational standards.

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