If you’re trying to get young kids interested in coding, Botley is a robot to have a look at. Designed by Learning Resources for children as young as 5 years old, this little guy is bright, colorful and easy to use.
The Dot Creativity Kit is a fun way to mix crafts, robots and coding. Dot is part of the Wonder Workshop family, but unlike Dash and Cue, he wasn’t designed to move.
What do you get if you mix markers, circuits, wires and Lego? Creative circuit building fun! Smart Art is a Circuit Cubes kit designed to get kids interested and started in STEM.
What do you get when you mix playdough, alligator clips and LED lights? A very unusual playdough activity that teaches kids (and parents) about electronics.
Well known for their innovative and educational toys, ThinkFun’s Roller Coaster Challenge is a unique building game a little different from the norm.
Have you ever dreamt of solving a Rubik’s Cube? Being able to twist the pieces in a matter of seconds to get the same colors on each side is something very few people in this world can do.
Are your kids fascinated with marbles? Those little balls have a mind of their own and tend to end up in places you can’t even imagine, yet they are as popular as ever!
Can you teach a 3 year old to code? Is that even possible? In this post we review the Fisher Price Think and Learn Code-a-Pillar and test it out with a preschooler, the youngest age the toy is designed for.