Construction Toys - Learning through Play
Gaining basic skills in electronics, robotics, mechanics and physics is a great way to infect your child with a passion for science, programming and engineering solutions, which will most likely pay off in their future. Botland store respects the unlimited imagination and ingenuity of its youngest friends, offering them construction toys: from simple and fun projects to more complicated sets that require more knowledge.
Ideal for parents, grandparents and schools
Every parent and teacher looking for educational toys for kids definitely wants a set that combines elements of science, technology, engineering and robotics. That's why we've collected a wide range of construction kits here, ranging from:
- self-assembled cars, motorcycles and robots (powered by salt water or solar energy),
- educational sets allowing you to learn the principles of electricity, electromagnets and motors,
- kits equipped with sensors,
- sets allowing learning the basics of programming and physics
- to intelligent toys with BinaryBots Totem Sensor boards that make the equipped crab or spider behave like living creatures.
Also found here:
- an AI-equipped lizard based on the collar agama (Chlamydosaurus kingii). The intelligent reptile, upon encountering a threat, opens its hood and mouth to frighten the attacker, and runs away.
More experienced ones will surely like:
- Totem Mechanics bricks allowing to create simple or more complex constructions using mechanical and electronic elements (expandable thanks to a wide range of brackets installed at 45° or 90°)
- Lego Boost bricks developing creativity and basic skills of children in the field of engineering and programming (a set of bricks allowing to assemble one of 5 different interactive models includes sensors, motor and instruction with ready projects)
- 3D wooden puzzles to assemble UGEARS in various forms and thematic sets, which have one thing in common - the simplicity of joining, no glue and no electronics.
A construction toy is definitely better than a teddy bear
Independently assembled vehicles and robots, with varying degrees of complexity, stimulate creativity and curiosity, teach children to plan and deduce, to complete successive stages of tasks, to cope with mistakes and adversity. A complex, working model will be a reason for satisfaction and building self-confidence.