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!
Learning to code is as simple as making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with this experiment kit from Thames & Kosmos. With the Kids First Coding & Robotics STEM experiment kit, kids can build, code,… read more
Time to get these velociraptors a new alpha. Designed for kids ages 8 and up, Mattel’s Kamigami Jurassic World Velociraptor “Blue” Robot Kit is just want kids need to fuel their prehistoric play in the… read more
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
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
Goal: $48,000 Funding Period: Until June 29 Creator: Paul Boswell Turing Tumble is a game for the future coder in kids. Targeted toward kids ages 8 and up, players are tasked with building marble-powered mechanical… read more
These days, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) toys are the new black, and if your kid doesn’t have tools that promote these core foundations, he or she may be missing out. And it’s not just the… read more
Over the course of the past few years, emojis have crept their way into everyday communication. So much so, that they have basically become the primary language of the 21st century. Happy? Mad? Sad? Excited?… read more
Why code or game when you can code and game? With the CodeGamer science kit from Thames & Kosmos, tweens and teens ages 10 and up can learn the language of code and the fundamentals of robotics while… read more