Wheeled educational robots
Wheeled educational robots are a very broad concept, covering a large group of devices using wheels in their construction. They can be mobile robots that move on one, two, three, four or more wheels. Children in their earliest years of life may have problems with the abstract thinking that adults have to deal with on a daily basis. Giving a child the ability to program a robot that can later really move around in the real world is a very good way to transfer knowledge, because it is based on intuitive and practical learning of mechanisms with a high level of abstraction.
What do circular educational robots allow?
Equipping educational robots in circles is a way to give them one of the most important human qualities - mobility. It is a very important element in social robots, which are becoming more human thanks to a number of such elements. This is very important because a human will be able to trust a robot much more, which will subconsciously remind him of another human being. Such robots can be used, for example, in therapy for children with autism or similar problems. However, in fact, every child will benefit a lot by observing the possibilities and limitations of a robot moving on different numbers of wheels. The child will learn the principles of physics, mechanics and robotics in an accessible way. It is worth remembering that many of the offered devices are products with prepared curricula for different subjects - robotics, electronics and programming, as well as physics, mathematics, music or Polish.
Educational robots will ensure your child's future
Today, it is particularly important for young people to learn about new technologies from an early age. The learning of abstract and logical thinking, which applies to programming languages, is very important in this context. In a dozen or so years' time, the same people will try to find themselves in the labour market, which will look different from today's one. Many jobs that do not require creative thinking (working at checkouts, cleaning, mining and many others) will be replaced by a large number of jobs for programmers and automation and robotics specialists. By giving your child an educational robot, you give him or her a better start in the future and enable him or her to achieve better learning outcomes through play.
What do we offer in this section?
In our offer you will find about 30 products of different kinds of wheeled educational robots. These products are suitable for use by children of all ages and often also for adult users. Some of the robots are sold in the form of sets prepared for self-assembly according to the detailed instructions attached to the product. Very often these types of toys are so universal that they can also be modified and expanded on their own (for example, using other sets from the same manufacturer), thus creating unique constructions. Very popular are, for example, cheap sets for building robots such as minisumo or line-follower. Some of the devices will work perfectly as a basis for building more complex, unique constructions of your project. Devices such as Genibot have a dedicated application for mobile devices (with Android or IOS systems), thanks to which they can be easily programmed. The set is also adapted to work with the popular Scratch 3.0 programming environment. It is a programming language designed primarily for children who want to learn programming easily and intuitively. The M.A.R.K. robot can be very helpful during scientific research. - It is sold in the form of a self-assembly kit. The device is programmed in Python, a module with a rotating camera, LCD display, line tracing module, electromagnet, ultrasonic distance sensor, lights, loudspeaker and many others. Additionally, the manufacturer declares that the equipment is perfectly adapted to implement the machine learning function.