This Post may contain affiliate links. Different Approach While many Stem Robotic kits require kids to build a robot first and program it second, Wonder Workshop takes a different approach. Its Dash robot comes pre-assembled and ready to teach programming lessons right out of the box. The brightly colored automaton, which looks like a … Read moreWonder Worksop: [Dash Robot Review]
This post may contain affiliate links. You’re probably familiar with Sphero’s family of spherical, programmable robots. Some are fun, some educational, and the Sphero Bolt is both, it is designed to teach kids science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM). This is the third in the line of Sphero spherical … Read moreSPHERO Bolt Review: [Toys that Teach Kids Coding]
A few decades ago, summer vacation camps used to be the time for typewriting courses or sewing classes. As time passes, students had more options like swimming, arts & crafts etc. But the new trend is robotic summer camps and they are getting more popular among kids here in the United States. These camps provide … Read moreRobotic Summer Camps
Robots have proven they can change the life of society by helping in healthcare and other industries. They can perform small and delicate tasks without any problems, difficulties, or worries. Robots are also amazing at handling monotonous tasks that might be tedious and quite challenging to humans, so it is only a … Read moreDo We Need to Use Robots in Education?
This post may contain affiliate links. It’s been about a year and a half since Sphero’s educational robotic ball SPRK hit the market. With much praise from educators and parents alike, the company has rolled out the second generation aptly called SPRK+. The spherical toy is cousins with the Star Wars BB-8, but smarter … Read moreSphero SPRK Plus Review: [A Little Ball of Educational Fun]