C-STEM - Robobricks (Pack of 2)

Kids ages 4 & above can make an infinite number of interactive models using smart blocks from Robobricks, along with the familiar Lego® bricks.

 

* $195 per kit

* Coupon Code : CSTEM19

* Freight included

* USA : if value < $800 no Tax/Duty otherwise applicable

* Bricks not included

* Starter Curriculum Pack Included

Overview
What’s in the box
What will your child learn
  • Kids ages 4 and above can make an infinite number of interactive models using smart blocks from Robobricks, along with the familiar Lego® bricks.
  • "Fluid Play" enabled by Robobricks.
  • Children learn to program with easy to use screen-free coding bringing their robotic creation to Life.
  • Brain block comes with rechargeable battery and in built charging solution. Students use our easy to use Tangible coding platform and the program is transmitted wirelessly to the Brain Block, to bring the robotic creations to life.
  • Children can independently build robotic models using their own Lego® bricks, along with our smart blocks.
  • Kids program their model using the magic wand and the 22 coding chips and once the coding is done, the stored program is transmitted wirelessly from the wand to the Brain Block.
  • Engage your child in variety of hands-on STEM challenges enabling 21st Century learning via patent-pending technology.
  • Enhance the learning opportunities to take your classroom to new heights.
  • Wrap quality Play Learning into magical and fun time.
  • Build a model | Make your creation come to Life | Share your story.
One C-STEM Kit consists of

  • Brain block (Rechargeable)
  • Light block
  • Sound block
  • Touch sensor
  • IR sensor
  • One Wand (Rechargeable)
  • 22 Coding Tags
  • 2 Motors
  • 2 Wheels
  • Organizer Trays - 2
  • Computational thinking skills : Problem Solving |Critical thinking
  • Play and Learn to Code : developing STEM Skills
  • Creative coding : Sequential | Step by Step | Decision making
  • Meaningful project based learning
  • Creative experimentation in Real world contexts