Coding can be for many different age groups. Here are five coding toys for kids to consider.
Code your bot and draw with it, too!
The future is now Augie. Augie Augmented Reality Robot, from Pai Technology, merges two popular trends in the toy aisles right now: coding and augmented reality (AR). The minibot is designed for preschool kids and… read more
Name a Disney Princess scene more iconic than when Belle enters the ballroom in her gold gown. I’ll wait. Hasbro’s Dance Code featuring Disney Princess Belle lets kids recreate this beloved scene from Beauty and the… read more
Goal: $25,000 Funding Period: Until November 3 Creator: Elemental Path Elemental Path took a friend from the past and brought him up to speed with the 21st century. Welcome STEMosaur. Similar to CogniToys Dino, STEMosaur is an interactive… read more
This 291-piece construction kit lets kids build an app-controlled mechanical spider. Once built, it features an interactive personality and built-in games.
Powered by a coding language made of colorful blocks, Cubetto teaches kids the basics of computer programming and sharpens STEM skills without using a screen. Kids can guide Cubetto through a series of maps and… read more
This robot features augmented reality (AR), and teaches coding through creative play. Kids can code the robot to move, play AR games, and record their own funny sounds and movies.
Kids can learn simple coding techniques, such as block coding and connect-the-dots, to create and choreograph dance sequences for the Belle doll through an app. Also features three standalone modes of play, more than 100… read more
It was 1984 and I was in my bedroom surrounded by my favorite toys: Optimus Prime and his noble Autobots, Starscream and the evil decepticons. I never owned a Megatron because he turned into a… read more