Fisher-Price Code n’ Learn Kinderbot
Fisher-Price Kinderbot is a preschool educational toy that will help children get a head start with regard to basic learning. It comes to life with lights and phrases, offering coding challenges that teach about early math concepts, colors, shapes, counting and more.
There are three ways to play, a cool secret codebook, and four machine accessories to expand the play for your junior engineer! As kids try out different experiments with the robot and the simple machine accessories, they’re practicing engineering and building skills – just like a real engineer! It will also teach your child how to code. Unlock the secret codes. This will provide interacting and playing, making it easy for your child to learn basic coding.
Learning coding usually means being sat looking at a computer screen. With this Fisher Price Robot this is not the case – Coding is already built into the robot. Therefore, pushing the buttons on top of the robot’s head will allow you to start coding. All you need to do is enter the code and press play, the robot will then follow your instructions. You can then decide to be in charge, or ask the robot to provide you with a challenge. You are also able to change the robot into a different form, such as a bulldozer or saxophone or even to a motorcycle.
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As your child progresses, there are higher levels that can be accessed. There are 3 different modes that will create more learning challenges for your child. This coding toy has been well received, not just for the learning process but also for the quality of the toy itself.
In fact, this toy is very well made and durable. If you happen to knock him over he stops all actions. And if you stop playing with him for a while, he will shut off and save your batteries. When you have completed a mission successfully, you are rewarded with a dance. Overall, a pretty good STEM toy. Suitable for kids aged between 3 to 6 years
Kinderbot is a great toy and was one of the bestselling toys in 2019. This year in 2020 Learning Resources Botley 2.0 is becoming very popular and will be in the bestseller list going up to the Christmas. For younger children we suggest Rollin Rovee from Fisher-Price suitable for age group between 6 months – 5 year old.
10.236″H x 10.472″W x 8.425″D
4 C alkaline batteries required (included).
Recommended Age: 3 years & up.
No assembly required.
Items Included: Robot, 4 Accessories, Instruction Book.