I took a little time off to collect my thoughts, but now I’m back. 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, luckily I had saved the OSMO footage before I foolishly dropped my card somewhere on the floor at the office. Note to self: Always pay extra attention when handling such a small card and put it away safely. (more…)
We finally got to unbox and try out Cubetto! Cubetto is a little wooden robot that teaches kids to code without using a display. All they need is a colorful cloth world map, a wooden programming board, and little Cubetto. By putting the colored blocks in a certain order on the programming board, they can move Cubetto in every direction. I wrote a blog post about why I chose this little guy as the first member of our robot family. (more…)
I’ve ordered Cubetto! This cute little wooden robot is designed to introduce coding to kids. I thought long and hard about which robot I wanted to be the first member of our robot family. Now I’ve decided to go ahead and order the little guy, and this is the reason why:
Look what I found! How cool is this?! I already added it to my wishlist, this Osmo Coding game for kids from 5 years of age. The Osmo game platform is an iPad App that works with real tangible objects, like letter blocks, pieces of a puzzle and pen-and-paper. Since recently, it even comes with specially developed colorful magnetic coding blocks that kids can use to create programming code. (more…)
Yes! I found another fantastic robot for kids from the age of 5. It’s still a Kickstarter project, but inside I glow with excitement when I see this.
[update 17 November 2017: Robot Wunderkind has sadly delayed again. It’s expected halfway in 2018. I really like Robo, but because of this delay, I had to cancel my order. I need the money to invest in the Robotvilla kids studio on wheels. Maybe, when Robo is available, I’ll reconsider buying it.] Update 28 Oct 2018: Robowunderkind is now available at https://robowunderkind.com/en/, unfortunately, I had to cancel my order in their Kickstarter period due to the delay the had back then. Congratulations to the Robo Wunderkind team for eventually getting the production job done! (more…)