Robotics for the Boe-Bot Educator Resources

The Boe-Bot Robot - USB with IR Obstacle Detection Circuitry built onto the breadboard.
The Boe-Bot Robot is programmed using PBASIC - arguably the easiest text-based language for beginners to learn. Ideal for students who are new to programming, electronics, and robotics, the Boe-Bot is a time-tested platform, making it one of the best places for students to begin learning. The complete Robotics with the Boe-Bot learning system includes the educator resources, hardware, software, and textbooks.  

If you are logged into as a registered educator, links for each of these pages containing downloadable resources will appear at the bottom of this page. If not, you will see a lock symbol.  To request an educator login for, email us at using a valid school email address.  

University of California/California State University A-G Program Articulation 
You must have a login for the UC/CSU website to access the Parallax-approved A-G course articulation. The general Parallax-approved landing page is here (scroll to the bottom). Once you're logged in, use the following course codes to access the Parallax approvals: 

  • B5CDBZ | Robotics with the Boe-Bot
  • XSCQW4 | What's a Microcontroller
  • YZN8DG | Robotics with the ActivityBot
  • JEZMR8 | Robotics for the BOE Shield for Arduino
  • DQBFCA | Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones) with the Parallax ELEV-8 v3
Private Educator Access Only

Educator Only Access - Additional Resources are available for registered educators!

You either aren't logged in as a verified educator, or you do not have an educator account with us. If you are an educator and you are using Parallax products in your classroom, or you are interested in knowing more about what resources are available, we encourage you to request access to these additional curriculum and assessment resources.

To request educator-only access, please introduce yourself to our Educational Staff. We usually request some basic information to qualify as an educator, contact us at