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Jimu Robot is an interactive building block robotics kit that empowers children/teenagers to create and program their own robots. Along the way, they engage in powerful hands-on learning in STEM and gain 21st-century skills and mindsets. The robot is produced by UBTECH, which is a high tech robotics enterprise that has a history of producing commercial robots and promoting them around the world.   There are 5 different robot kits available in the JIMU line: the MeeBot Kit, the most user-friendly of the 3,...

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TinkerBots is a toy building set with easy-to-add robotics that make it possible for young children (and adults, too) to create an endless number of toy robots simply by snapping together TinkerBots’ patented “Power Brain,” kinetic modules and passive pieces, and even LEGO bricks. No wiring or programming required. TinkerBots is like “living LEGOs.” TinkerBots is the perfect hands-on introduction to the world of robotics. While experiencing hours of fun, children won’t even notice that they are actually learning something...

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Kibo is a great game and educational tool with unique control mode, which is very well support the children programming thinking. The only problem is the price, one full kits costs 399 USD. KinderLab Robotics robot building and programming platform called Kibo that's designed for youngsters from 4 years and up. After customizing and personalizing a two-wheeled base unit, the kids can tell the robot what they want it to do by grabbing some colorful wooden blocks, putting them in order according...

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Cozmo is a real-life robot like you've only seen in movies, with a one-of-a-kind personality that evolves the more you hang out. Cozmo expresses real emotions in response to your actions. Unlike some other STEM-friendly robot kits, the Cozmo isn't a thing you build or program (yet). It's more of an AI work in progress and a demonstration of personality. And it's definitely a toy you can play games with. Requires a free app and the processing power of your compatible mobile...

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Xiaomi Mi Bunny Robot is an interactive building block robotics kit that empowers children/teenagers to create and program their own robots. With 978 accessories, you can make anything you can imagine. The robot can be assembled in different shapes (much like how a lego-building works), but what stands as the high point of the toy robot is that it will be controllable through an app. The robot will come in a kit, which will comprise of various components like wheels, gears...

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Twin Tin Bot is a funny education tools, but the concept is somehow similar to previous games (for example Roborally) In Twin Tin Bots many corporations have invested in crystal mining after they were discovered as a potent energy source. They designed and improved robots to harvest crystals and a few people can now run a big crystal harvesting rig. Many teams work on the same harvesting plant, but the game's always on to bring more crystals back than the others. In the...

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RoboRally now classic tactical game with different levels of difficulty and game board cool robots. RoboRally is a board game originally published in 1994 by Wizards of the Coast (WotC). It was designed in 1985 by Richard Garfield, who would later create the card game Magic: The Gathering. The game and its expansions received a total of four Origins Awards. RoboRally was rereleased in July 2005 under the Avalon Hill label. In RoboRally, players assume control of one of many "Robot Control...

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Bee-Bots an exciting programmable floor robot for Child Care, Early Years & Lower Primary. Its child friendly layout appeals to children and it is a perfect starting point for teaching control, directional language and programming to young children. This open-ended resource allows teachers to use the Bee-Bots as a tool to enhance learning in Literacy, Science & Numeracy through a multitude of activities.   Sturdy construction and colorful design entice children to put Bee-Bot through its paces. Directional keys are used to...

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Meet Dash, a fun, real robot who is charged and ready to play the second it gets into your home. Dash loves to speed through the house, blink its lights and squeal its wheels. The Wonder Workshop Dash robot is a great companion for those kids (for children 8 and up) who want to immerse themselves in the world of programming tools. Dash is a real robot, responsive to the world, on the go and at the ready. Kids imagine the sidekick, pet,...