RoboSpace has created a new modular robot called the TacoBot specifically designed to help teach kids to code. The stackable design of the coding robot aims to provide children an innovative and interesting introduction to STEM learning and coding. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the RoboSpace robot.
TacoBot has launched via Kickstarter this week and is available to back with early bird pledges available from just £31 or roughly $40 with worldwide shipping expected to take place early in 2019. The development team explain more about the inspiration behind the colourful modular robot.
“Interest is the key factor for kids to learn. TacoBot possesses over 30 different gameplay, which ensures the kids’ endless interest for STEM learning. All the gameplay is developed based on a unique interaction: stacking. So that the robot is simple and cool. Meanwhile, it guarantees the kids an obstacle-free journey to play TacoBot, even though they are just preschoolers.”
TacoBot comes complete with over 30 different games to help teach children to code and has been designed for children between the ages of 4 and 8. Offering pushbutton and graphical programming. Jump over to the official campaign page by following the link below for more details.
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