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Dear girls and boys welcome in the Robotvilla! The Robotvilla is a blog and also a Kids tech studio on wheels, located in The Netherlands. In the studio, kids from the age of 5 and up can come and discover the world of tech with me. Robotvilla is also a blog where I write about all the cool techie stuff I find and try out. I hope you get inspired to go and make awesome projects. Maybe create digital jewelry, a robot, maybe code a little game or create an awesome 3d design. Share your creations with me and I will showcase each and every one of your projects to show the world. Keep making!

Robo greets, Francesca

 


Blog

* Build Your Own Robot with the BYOR-kit [video]
Vico (5 yrs) and I had so much fun while crafting our very own High Five Robot with the BYOR-kit by Solly Systems. Especially when its arm came to life when we turned it on. *WACK*, it did. LOL! Vico ...
Kids tech studio on wheels Robotvilla! A dream come true!
From a dream… Exactly a year ago, in the summer of 2016, Robotvilla popped into my mind and the blog about kids, code and robots was born. Now the blog is actually going to bloom into a Kids tec ...
Eindhoven Maker Faire 2017 [video]
We went to the Maker Faire in Eindhoven, the Netherlands! The Maker Faire is an event where people of all ages gather to be amazed. The Faire is about, Art, Technology, Robots, weird objects, innovati ...
OSMO Coding [video]
I’m back from a little time off to collect my thoughts, so let’s pick it up where I left it. I was in the middle of editing my OSMO Coding video when I lost my SD card. Long story short, l ...
IT WORKS! Don’t-worry-clock > part 2 < Arduino project
“Mommy, when are you coming to pick me up?” – “When your heart is fully lit, honey.” – part 2 I’ve made a cool toddler clock for my son Vico, who just started ...
Don’t-worry-clock for my toddler > part 1 < Arduino project
“When are you coming back, Mommy?” – “Just look at your lights sweetheart.” While squeezing his little arms tight around my neck, my little man whispers in my ear: “ ...
Robotvilla is in the air! – It finally hit me!
Hurray, the Robotvilla is in the air! The idea of Robotvilla came to me in the summer of 2016. I worked many evenings and nights to bring my idea to life, and now it is finally time! I’m very pr ...
Arduino starter kit – Create your own electro projects 6+
I came across the Arduino platform because of Rustem Arkishbekov. Rustem is the founder of Robo Wunderkind, and in the in the Robo introduction video he was talking about how he used to create robots ...
Robot Cubetto arrived! – Coding for kids 3+
We finally got to unbox and try out Cubetto! Cubetto is a little wooden robot that teaches coding for kids without using a display of some kind. Just a colorful cloth world map, a wooden programming b ...
Building a robot kit with my son [video]
The other day I was online, searching for cool gadgets when I stumbled upon this very cool Arduino-based robot kit by DFRobot. It’s like an insect, and that’s probably why they call it an ...
Ordered Robot Cubetto – Coding for kids 3+
I’ve ordered Cubetto! This cute little wooden robot is designed to introduce coding for kids. I thought long and hard about which robot could join our robot family first. I even wrote an article ...
Ordered Osmo Coding – Coding game 5+
Look at what I found. How cool is this?! I already added it to my wishlist, this Osmo Coding game for kids from the age of 5 and up. The Osmo game platform is an iPad App that works with real tangible ...
Ordered Robo Wunderkind! – Build and code a robot yourself! 5+
Yes! I found another fantastic robot for kids ages 5 and up. It’s still a Kickstarter project, but I glow inside of excitement when I see this. It already made onto my wishlist! [update 31 oktob ...

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Goals
Having fun
Playful learning
Working together
Being proud
Making mistakes
Using you imagination
From user to creator
For girls and boys

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