Looking for an easy way to improve advanced science lessons in your classroom? Robots are a fascinating and invigorating way to learn about technology and programming while simultaneously developing ownership and collaboration skills. Peak the interest of your children with robots to support an interest in sciences from a young age, all the way through high-school. Robots are a great way to improve and promote both teamwork and connection by involving family and friends in the excitement while encouraging advanced understanding of technology and engineering.
How's this for amazing play technology? You build a robot with an EVC brick inside (the heart). Connect it to your computer or smart device and program it to do stuff. Your robots walk, talk, move,... Read More
This kit gives kids a simple, fun, and customizable introduction to robotics that lets them build 8 motorized machines controlled by programs and an ultrasound sensor.
Magformers Walking Robot Set
Click, connect, create! Kids will love following along with the step-by-step idea booklet to discover the possibilities of the Walking Robot Set. Build 8 walking characters using our STEAM engine... Read More
Robotis Dream Level 1 Kit
Now you can expand your child’s interest in science or construction with Robotis Dream 1. Using solid documentation, the twelve-week entry-level robotics curriculum includes an easy-to-understand... Read More
GoPiGo is a robot car! The Starter Kit includes everything you need to get started from scratch including a GoPiGo2 Base Kit, Raspberry Pi 3, Mini Wifi Dongle, GoPiGo Servo Package, Ultrasonic Sensor,... Read More
GBL: GAME-BASED LEARNING
Game based learning (GBL) is a type of gameplay that has defined learning outcomes. Generally, game based learning is designed to balance subject matter with gameplay and the ability of the player to... Read More
Engineer 14 moving, rolling, and swimming robots! The process educates and fascinates the mind! Create a dog-bot, crawling turtle-bot, wheel bot, boat bot, roly poly bot, zombie bot, and eight more... Read More