Botley Coding Robot

Posted: Jan 16 2018, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Jan 25 2018, 5:01am CST, in News | Toys

Botley Coding Robot

Learning Resources offers new robot coding set for the youngest.

Learning Resources launched Botley. The cute toy robot teaches kids as young as 5 to code. The affordable STEM to robot has advanced features and he’ll grow with your kids. Botley is ready to use right out of the box and he’ll have kids coding in minutes. Botley is 100% screen free. This means kids do not need to use your smartphone or tablet to play with Botley.

The Botley comes with a 77-piece activity set and in a cheaper 45 piece set. Both Botley robot sets are available on for $79.99 and $59.99 respectively.

Botley supports to be programmed with up to 120 steps. Botley can follow looping commands or use smart logic to detect and move around objects in his path. Turn on the black-line follow mode and set up a path for Botley to travel. And Botley also has hidden features to unlock.

With his fun challenges, Botley helps children foster creativity, develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, and take their first step into coding. For now, Botley is in stock on In case it will be out of stock or hard to find, The Tracker app will help you find in stock. Shopping for hard to find toys online is made easy and convenient with the free Tracker app.

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