Lego Boost teaches kids how to bring blocks to life with code. But there is more. Lego Boost is a robot kit for kids focused on children between 7 and 12 years old. They can build and also learn to program. A set that combines building and programming with endless fun for all the family! With […]
Between 6 and 8 years old they know how to read, how to understand the instructions and work it in their head and they develop more complex projects.
They have more patience, and know how to better manage challenges and difficulties. It is the ideal time to buy the FIRST robotics kit because they will have fun building it or/and they can better manage frustration if things don't work as intended. It is also the ideal age for a programmable robot and to start playing with programming languages like Scratch.
STEAM Art toys for kids are designed to develop imagination and creativity on a variety of materials. Art toys are more than a tool to keep your child busy for a few hours. Arts offer a chance for all STEM fields to work cooperatively. In this list we focus on amazing STEM toys for kids to bring […]
Programmable robot kits for children are a great way to introduce them to STEAM. Today we bring you the best programmable robots and robotics kits for children age 6 to 9. Why invest in robot kits to learn robotics? Between 6 and 9 years, children are in a great moment to begin playing with robotics […]
Who doesn’t love robots? Which Lego robot do you recommend for my kid? Many children play with Lego and parents always want to hit the perfect set. The best Lego robot for your kid depends on: Your budget, there are LEGO building sets from $9.99 to $400. The type of Lego robot you are looking […]
Cozmo is a small robot that looks like something from the movie Wall-E. It is no coincidence that one of the main animators of its LEDs face is Pixar ex-worker, Carlos Baena (who did work on Wall-E). With this tidbit you can have an idea of all that Anki, the creators, have invested in the […]
If we made all the educational robots compete against each other, surely the quality-price winner would be Edison. This robot includes an infrared sensor (the classic line tracker), a distance sensor, two LEDs, three buttons, one bell/clap detector, an infrared receptor and is compatible with Lego. All of these features would mean nothing if […]
Botley is the new Learning Resources’ robot designed for children to take their first steps in coding. We really like it because you don’t need any screen to program it. It comes in a set with many accessories and with a guide with evolving challenges. Let’s analyze it! Who do we recommend Botley for? We […]