Through our STEAM programming, we are exposing our students to alternative ways of learning. The Dash and Dot robots are an integral part of Best of the Batch Foundation’s after-school STEAM club. Students utilize various Wonder Workshop apps through Foundation iPads to control Dash and Dot, programming the robots to interact with each other and their surrounding environment. The Wonder Workshop apps begins at the most basic level, which we utilize with our 1st-3rd grade students. Within this simplified app, younger students are asked to drag different pictures together to create a sequence of movement for Dash and Dot to complete an in-app task. In the more advanced version of the Wonder Workshop app, students use a form of block coding, called Scratch, to more accurately direct Dash and Dot through different challenges. In addition to the coding challenges, students also use the robots to casually play, organizing robot dance battles, obstacle courses, and using the Wonder Pack expansion set to play songs with Dash on the xylophone attachment. With all forms of activity involving Dash and Dot, the Foundation observed students of various ages solving problems together in a positive and productive way.