Spring is here and with that we find that the kids are gearing up for those spring and summer breaks. Like many parents, I have learned that having toys on hand that are both fun and educational can help make those days a lot more fun for everyone. These toys include the building toys and such toys that encourage STEM learning through play. So when we were sent the very adorable, Botley the Coding Robot to review, I knew that it would make for a great gift to add to those Easter baskets as well as add to your spring and summer line ups this year!
The future now. Botley the Coding Robot from Learning Resources is an amazing robot that kids are sure to enjoy playing with over and over again. To get started, we were excited to find that Botley is ready to use right out of the box. Making it so there is no assembly required, and the fun can begin right away. Aside from the ease of use, we like that there are so many features, making it so the kids will ever run out of fun things to do with this adorable and fun robot.
In the box you get the following…
- Botley – The Coding Robot
- 100% screen free Remote Programmer
- Detachable Robot arms
- 40 Coding Cards
- 6 double-sided tiles
- 27 obstacle building pieces
- Starter guide with coding challenges
Botely the Coding Robot continues to grow with your coding skills, which is great for that STEM learning that is encouraged through the play that the kids get. The more the kids learn, the smarter Botley gets. From black line following to object detection, this 77 piece activity set will quickly become the favorite. I don’t want to call it a toy because honestly, it’s so much more than that and a toy that I would recommend to anyone who is looking for coding fun to add to their spring and summer fun with the kids. Making Botley the Coding Robot a great choice to go with as you seek out those STEM related toys for the kids this Easter as well as a great toy to have as we head into the spring and summer breaks!
Product received, thank you to Learning Resources as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.