Botley the robot is a great introduction to coding. This comprehensive STEM kit provides countless ways to program and the coding robot is used with no smartphone, tablet or screens! A brilliant combination of educational toy that is fun to play with. Coding is taught to children at school from an early age and this is a wonderful way to help them with the concept.
Make 1 large eyeball and 3 small glow-in-the-dark eyeballs and find out how balls bounce with this entertaining and educational kit. Explore the science behind bouncing balls and learn Jazzy Juggling too!
Build your own sound detecting hedgehog robot! When assembled he is pre-programmed to perform a series of tricks to different numbers of claps with 3 different interactive modes! An exciting construction project with a fun hedgehog robot to perform for you on completion! It can do backwards rolls, roll up into a ball, go to sleep and wake up on commend of hand claps!
It’s spelling but not as we know it! A magnificent mound of fun spelling games with 100 cards covering Key Stages 1 & 2. The cards have characters recognisable from the David Walliams children’s books, beautifully illustrated by Tony Ross.
Build an adorable smart friend! Tobbie the Robot has 6 legs, IR sensor and a dual gearbox, when he is assembled, he has two interactive modes – follow Me and Explore, with fun sounds and light effects. Tobbie develops and reacts with his own emotions and gestures, just like a pet!
Brilliant puzzle game for 1 player, with 48 challenges with differing levels of experience. Choose a challenge from the puzzle book and place the relevant pieces on the grid, then create a path for Red Riding Hood to reach Grandma’s house!
Assemble your robot and place the mechanical coding wheel into the heart of the robot to steer its coded courses and tasks.
Coding is easily implemented by snapping the coding buttons into the wheel and having the robot perform its basic functions – go forward, backwards, turn and spin etc. A new concept of coding without a computer or APP. Thanks to the easy to follow approach, coding and performing the tasks (such as throwing, lifting, kicking or drawing) become more interesting and challenging as the user’s skills increase.
STEM education involves combining these concepts (that are usually taught as separate subjects in different classes) and emphasizes the application of knowledge to real-life situations. A STEM project is typically based around finding a solution to a real-life problem and emphasizes learning and how it connects to the real world, building models and simulating situations. A variation of STEM is STEAM, which includes an 'A' for art and design. Artistic design is becoming an important part of STEM education since creativity is an essential part of innovation.
So, if you’re looking for an educational toy that’s fun and great quality you have come to the right place!
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