Buena Vista Virtual’s youngest students learn how to code using Ozobots

BVVA student

Buena Vista Virtual Academy (BVVA) K-5 students are learning how to code using Ozobots. An Ozobot is a coding robot students can use for art, math, science, and even language arts.

The school’s 4th and 5th graders work with kindergarten through 3rd graders to code, design, create, and have fun learning. The Ozobots were purchased last year and after seeing the opportunities they provide, and the students’ engagement, the school plans to purchase more in the near future. 

BVVA offers free, flexible, and personalized online educational opportunities to fit the unique needs of students in grades K-12. Located in Yorba Linda, Buena Vista Virtual Academy currently serves students through a variety of fully online and hybrid learning options during the 2022-2023 school year. Students are taught by highly qualified credentialed teachers who are carefully selected experts in online learning and teaching.

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