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UBTECH JIMU Robot Explorer Kit – App Enabled Stem Learning Robotic Building Block Kit



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Style:Explorer KitProduct DescriptionThe Jimu Robot Explorer kit includes all the parts you need to build any of 5 Official Characters letting you build and program 5 awesome animal-inspired robots ? or whatever creature you can come up with on your own! Build with the Jimu Robot app which gives you amazing 3D build instructions, which is a great way for parents and kids to connect, play and learn together! Engage in hands-on STEM learning by programming Jimu Robots to walk, dance, or more using blockly coding or with the prp (pose, record, play) function.From the Manufacturer Learn to Code with Blockly Jimu Robot?s easy and familiar drag-and-drop method of coding allows you to create everything from the very simple to very complex sequences. Learn as you play and master coding! PRP (Pose, Record, Playback) Programming new actions in your robot has never been easier! With our PRP system, simply hit the record button and move your robot into position for each step of the desired movement. Then stop recording and start again for the next step, until you have your completed action. Then name and save your new action to add to your collection of moves. Easy to Build & Code Hands-on STEM Learning Smart Robots. Smarter Kids Smart Robots. Smarter Kids. Engage in hands-on STEM learning with our award winning robotics building block system. We are featured time and time again in technology and parent & teacher publications like Parents, TIME,, Engadget, and CNET.

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