Using open-source graphical programming tool to communicate with microcontrollers and robotics cars. Students will learn about assembly of the robotic cars, different parts of microcontrollers, and moving the robotic cars forward and backward, as well as turning and stopping. Activities include line following, obstacle avoidance, LED light display and buzzer sound. The Robots could also be remotely controlled using iOS and Android devices. No soldering required. Requires six “AA” batteries (not included).