How can you raise the next inventor? Well, we have some good news for you! Firstly, this is the perfect time to start, and secondly we got just the right recipe for you to encourage your child’s creative expression. Check out how Robo Wunderkind can help you with that.
21st century children use technology to connect to their friends and learn about the world and parents should encourage the meaningful use of it. Today, instead of just making a robot or a rocket ship out of building bricks or lego, kids can go a step further and also control their creation via a smartphone or tablet. Robo Wunderkind uses technology to help children learn about robotics and coding which helps them to understand the link between technology and the real world.
Encouraging Self Expression
All Robo Wunderkind sets come with a project book, where kids find the instructions for a wide variety of projects. These projects are just a starting point, because when children start building their first robot they realize that there is more than one way of putting the cubes together. Robo Wunderkind encourages kids to explore their own ideas and learn to make their own choices. In this way, they have the freedom to think outside the box and experiment with different ideas.
Having fun while learning
Robo Wunderkind engages kids in two different ways: mentally and physically. They build the robot with their hands and think about how to best program the robot in the application, so that it does what they want. Robo also focuses on process rather than the result. This is why, kids can build functional robots from just two cubes. The whole idea is not to be very complicated but challenging in a fun way. And through play develop useful STEM skills.
Adding some LEGO to it
A child’s mind needs to experiment. Robo Wunderkind’s design allows for lego integration, which ads even more play value to our educational toy. LEGO is already recognized as very beneficial to creative play, so imagine if you put Robo Wunderkind and LEGO together... Children will be adding their LEGO parts all over the robot so that his creativity doesn’t have any limits.