Discover how Amazon uses computer science and robotics daily to deliver customer goods
Can you code an Amazon Hercules robot to deliver your friend’s birthday present on time? Join this free, 3-hour virtual challenge to learn programming basics and discover how Amazon uses computer science to help fulfill customer orders. Recommended for grades 4 and above.
1.Create a teacher account
Review the teacher manual, which you can access after creating an account.*
2. Register your students
Set up classes in the platform and use your class codes to register your students directly into your virtual classroom.
3. Complete the challenge
Carve out class time (~3 hours) to complete the challenge with students.
1. Create a student account
Compete on your own or share the opportunity with your class.*
2. Complete the challenge
Earn your spot on the leaderboard.
3. Submit final survey
Let us know how you enjoyed it!
Meet Ashley and Abakir, two Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship recipients, as they introduce this year’s Amazon Cyber Robotics Challenge! They will guide you through the challenge and teach you about their computer science journey.
What languages are available and what countries can participate?
Anyone can participate, but only US teachers can win prizes at this time.
Can I try out the challenge without creating an account?
If I'm a robotics coach, can I complete the challenge with my team?
If I'm a teacher, how does this fit into my classroom/curriculum?
The challenge can be broken into four 45 minute or three 60 minute lessons for any class (Intro to CS, AP CSP, science, math, etc) and is aligned to CSTA K-12 Computer Science Standards. Teachers can review standards alignment in the teacher manual after creating their account.