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Clementoni Science Museum Mind Designer Robot

£50.00

Mind helps your child learn coding and educational robotics easily and intuitively.
 

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Age: 6 years & up

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Description

This innovative intelligent robot guides your children through the process of learning mathematics, arithmetic and geometry. It introduces your child to design using the precision motors which enable them to create geometric shapes and designs of varying complexity with extreme precision. This incredible robot can be programmed manually or by voice using the innovative voice recognition function. With the Arithmetic chart, Mind can be programmed to carry out arithmetical functions, while using the Escape Room chart, your child will be encouraged to solve logical thinking quests.

Using the exclusive free app, your child can experiment with coding instruction blocks, create complex geometrical shapes and play with loads of original interactive code-games. Thanks to Bluetooth technology, Mind’s content is permanently updatable for limitless playability!

What our testers said

“You could make patterns.” – Girl aged 9

“I’ve got to go up then left then straight then right then straight.” – Boy aged 9

What our experts think

The Mind Designer robot provides a great introduction to coding for children. One of the best things about it is that it is interactive and our testers loved trying out the different commands! Working out how to get the robot to do different things promotes skills in problem-solving and logic, as well as gives children a foundation for learning about coding and programming. This is important for learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).

Some of our younger testers needed a lot of adult help when using the robot, although when using the pre-programmed games, they found it a lot easier to draw than drawing freestyle. The older children could use their imaginations to draw out other shapes, which allowed them to use their creativity. The additional app is also great for encouraging children to extend their knowledge and understanding of coding.

Skills developed

– Promotes creativity
– Builds skills in logical thinking
– Introduces children to coding

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