Wireless Thymio: another robot designed for kids. It features over 20 sensors, 40 lights, 2 motors, and LEGO integration.
Roby 3D Printed Robot: this kit teaches you about DIY electronics and programming. It balances on two wheels and has an on-board computer that can be taught new tricks.
CharmBricks: an app-enabled bracelet designed to teach kids coding. Children can use different charms inside each brick and program colors and blinking patterns.
Zumo Robot: an Arduino robot with two motors and sensors to detect lines and avoid edges.
Robo Wunderkind: a LEGO compatible kit with smart cubes that you can attach in a variety of ways to build robots. A visual programming interface is also available.
Cubetto: a wooden robot and programming board that gets your kids familiar with coding. You can use the board and colorful cubes to program the robot. This kit is ideal for kits 3 to 7 years old.
Ohbot2: a programmable robot head with an Arduino-compatible servo controller. The visual programming software lets kids program how the robot moves, speaks, and behaves.
STEMI: an educational hexapod robot that supports 3 types of walking. It can be controlled from a smartphone and supports Adruino.
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