Cozmo is a fun, entertaining and unique little robot which now comes with Code Lab, allowing kid’s code to come to life making it one of the most accessible computer science learning tools on the market.
The newest product from Sony’s Global Education unit, the Sony Koov is an all-in-one STEM learning device aimed at teaching children how to code via a unique combination of hardware and software.
Cubetto is a cute, box shaped, wooden robot for kids aged 3 and above. Starting life via a Kickstarter campaign, it is now one of the most popular ‘learn to code’ toys on the market.
Makey Makey Classic and GO provides a unique platform for kids to learn about coding by using real world objects like paper, play-doh and fruit. We introduce and compare Makey Makey for parents looking for creative ways to encourage learning.
Review of Sphero 2.0, the amazing robot ball controlled via your phone, which comes with 30+ apps and ability to programme via coding app Lightening App.
Code Kingdoms is a paid subscription service aimed at helping kids learn how to code by using the worldwide hit Minecraft as a learning tool to ‘learn, code then play’.
Finding the right app for teaching kids to code can seem a bit overwhelming when you start out. Tynker combines fun graphics and a combination of simple ‘drag and drop’ games, with increasing levels of difficulty and creativity, to entertain and challenge kids as they learn.
Get ready for Roblox, it’s another gaming platform where users create their own worlds, characters and adventures except they can sell their creations. If you haven’t heard of Roblox, it already has 48 million monthly users (compared to Minecraft’s 55 million).