Toys support your child's development, support their motor and manual skills and creativity. A lot depends, however, on which toys we show our little one and which we point out to him as tools for exploring the environment. We focus on educational toys, which in a very interesting way combine play with learning. These are suggestions for children of all ages, both for the youngest, who are just looking around, and for those who are already more active in social life. Especially for our most demanding customers, we have chosen toys that will help you get to know the world of robotics, digitization, computerization and electronics. They are adapted to a specific stage in your child's development, so you have the chance to choose something ideal for your child at a given age. Botland's offer includes brick sets, robots, multimedia games, educational mats and sets to build your own robots. For slightly older children we recommend tutorials and magazines to learn about electronics and robotics.
The latest version of LEGO Mindstorms. Allows you to design, build and program designs based on the sensors, mechanical elements and Central Unit. Starting with version 2.0 features with i.a.: faster processor, more memory, SD card port, LCD screen with high resolution.
Robot mBot Ranger is a set of robot three in one, through which you can build a tank, tricycle, racing car and balanced robot. It can be programmed in a graphical environment mBlock or text from the Arduino IDE, available is also the app, through which you can control and program the robot.
Intelligent robot Designer Mind, which introduces children to the world of mathematics, of arithmetic and geometry. Children can program buttons, designed to create geometric shapes and projects of different complexity. The robot can be programmed manually or via voice.
Set Clementoni Mechanics Lab , consisting of more than 250 items, with which you can build over 50 structures of various complexity. With this set, children learn the basic principles of mechanics and technology, and a rich, illustrated guide will lead you through all stages of installation.
Modern, educational board game for school-age children from 6 years . By using boards with puzzles, it teaches programming and strategic thinking. Both, games and app on the phone, are available in Polish language.
Innovative game for children over 6 years, Scotty! Edu is a great alternative to learning through play for children. Is perfect for developing their creativity. The game consists of 91 the task is divided into 10 modules. Is in programming movements Scottie with the help of special blocks that will run the application.
The walking robot, the beetle was created for children over 8 years old, who are interested in electronics. Are 14 interesting projects based on electrical circuits. The child will easily learn the robot to make sounds, light up LEDs, responds to the TV remote. The robot requires no programming to work properly.
Laboratory of mechanics - Monster Truck Italian company Clementoni is a collection of more than 200 items that will allow you to create 10 very interesting models that will be used by such systems as the differential gear, universal joint shaft drive, worm gear or actuator and gear that will allow children to understand the principle of operation of...
Robot Hedgehog from Velleman is a set of 172 items designed for self-Assembly. The installation kit will allow to study basic questions related to electronics. Provide Your child the best learning through play. The set is recommended for children over 14 years old.
A construction kit for assembling a modular robot “Krypton”. It allows you to learn basic programming skills and robot assembly in a fun and interactive way. The kit includes: a main unit (ARM Cortex 72 MHz Flash: 512 kB, RAM: 64 kB) and 409 modules (blocks), which allow you to complete 17 projects.
An education kit, which main goal is to introduce children to the basic encoding rules. Zaznajamia them with concepts such as sequence, function, and data analysis. Korbo Edu Code does not require the use of additional electronic devices, such as laptops or smartphones. Designed students of classes I to III.
Minirobot ant. Hexbug is a series of micro-robots that mimic living creatures. The ant moves very quickly, thanks to the applied toothed wheels. It has touch sensors hidden in the antennae that allow it to change direction when an obstacle is detected. Controlled by IR remote control. The robot is sent in a randomly selected color.
Balloon company Rebel is designed for use indoors and outdoors. Can use adults and children over 3 years. The toy is powered by 4 AA batteries 1,5 V (not included). The ball is illuminated by led LED. On the lower surface creates a subtle air flow. Moves freely on the surface. Does not cause scratches because the edges of the bowl covered with foam.
Minirobot beetle. Hexbug is a series of micro-robots that mimic living creatures. The beetle moves very quickly, on 6 legs. After starting, it moves on its own, and when one of the antennae touches the obstacle, the beetle will omit it. Likewise, it react to loud sounds thanks to the built-in sound sensor.
Educational set Ozobot is a great alternative for teaching programming, for the kids, as it teaches children through play. In the package we find the whole 4 Ozoboty Evo white and black, two packs, puzzles for Ozobota, hub 4x USB, organizer, DIY Evo Skins, 2 study books and other teaching materials. The Ozobot robot is fully compatible with the software.
Scotty It! The maze is an educational game for children over 6 years. Consists of 52 logical riddles and puzzles that will challenge both beginners and experienced players. The game is to control Scottiem using blocks for programming. The adventures of Scotty-you can see on the smartphone or tablet free app Scotty! Maze.
Pad develops , allowing children to explore the world of music. Thanks to her, children can perform short songs, memorizing the color designations of the individual sounds. This unique combination of learning and playing. The device imitates the sound of musical instruments.
A remote-controlled robot spider. Hexbug is a series of micro-robots that mimic living creatures. The spider moves like a real one. The robot can rotate 360 °. The red LED indicates the front of the spider and looks like an eye. Transparent casing allows you to observe all of the mechanical movements inside the spider.
MTiny Makeblock is an educational robot intended for children of preschool education at the age of 4+. The robot with the controller of the Crane Pen teaches children through kinestetykę, using a tangible programming language. Uses physical blocks and a variety of maps based on the fairy tale, to ensure the maximum time of pleasure.
Educational game Scotty! for children over 3 years of teaching programming. Combines elements of cardboard cubes that are used to strip various kinds of commands and computer application, through which you can assign these tasks, test solutions and convert them into motion. The game allows children to develop many skills.The kit includes the Lenovo tablet...
High-tech interactive robot educational Foton is designed for children aged 3 to 18 years. Uses a mobile app through which children learn about the world of new technologies and will learn to program the robot a Photon from scratch. Educational toy helps to develop many skills. The kit includes a tablet, Chromebook Tab 10".
Mikronik is a set of electronics, which develops not only the skills of children but also of further interest for their electronic projects, through the game. Inside you'll find everything you need to assemble real electronic device. The set is intended for children over 7 years.
Nano insect robot. Hexbug is a series of micro-robots that mimic living creatures. It can climb and the ability to get up after a rollover. The robot is dispatched in a randomly selected color. It glows in the dark. The Nitro version is an improved, faster version of Nano V2.
Apitor SuperBot is an educational kit for the construction of 18 designs based on the study of STEM. Thanks to him, children can develop their imagination, creating a structure of blocks and sensors. SuperBot is not just a toy, he also teaches coding by using the graphical language used by millions of users.
A construction kit for a modular robot “Krypton”. It allows you to learn basic programming skills and robot assembly in a fun and interactive way. The kit includes: a main unit (ARM Cortex 72 MHz Flash: 512 kB, RAM: 64 kB) and 723 modules (blocks), which allow you to complete 29 projects.
Nano insect robot. Hexbug is a series of micro-robots that mimic living creatures. It can climb and the ability to get up after a rollover. The robot is dispatched in a randomly selected color. It glows in the dark. The Nitro version is an improved, faster version of Nano V2. Set of 5 pieces.
Children enjoy creating, especially the youngest ones, who show great interest in the world around them. It is up to us adults whether this passion will be developed, and the desire to create is growing with each subsequent year and stage of development. Robotics teaches independent thinking, helps to understand the importance of making mistakes, which should not be treated in the context of failure, but a good lesson. Creating new things is very often rich in many trials and errors, but it is this path that proves most effective in creating extraordinary things. Sets designed to build your own robot is a way to have fun, as well as creative and inspiring learning. We offer a range of solutions for younger and older children, i.e. robots that are easier to build and those that already require more skills and knowledge.
Apart from the robot construction kits, the Botland shop also has other kits that are designed to create interesting structures. Among them there is the Mechanics Laboratory construction kit, which allows to build up to 50 different structures. Worth recommending is a set of LEGO bricks, standing out from all the others that the manufacturer offers. The one you will find in our offer allows you to design, build and program various types of constructions that are based on sensors and mechanical elements. In this way your child can have fun and learn and develop their manual skills and creative thinking.
Is programming for children or is it better to wait until they're older? Definitely, the sooner we get the toddler into the subject, the better the chance that he or she will show interest and want to develop in this direction in the future. However, children learn faster than adults and it is worth using these predispositions. The brain has the ability to create new connections, which encourages coding of previously unknown information. It can therefore be considered that the youngest learners absorb knowledge like a water sponge. Children are also curious about the world, they show a desire to learn things and areas that are alien to them. They are bold, which makes it easier for them to discover what is new and unknown. Programming is an extremely fascinating field, which surprises even the most experienced and advanced programmers. Every day we can discover something different, which makes it difficult to talk about boredom in the context of programming. We live today to a significant extent in virtual reality, which is very interesting for the youngest. We should not close the door to this world, but we should not give them full freedom in using it. It is a good practice to let the little one get to know it on their own, discover it and thus see how huge its potential is and how it can be used. In the Botland store you will find programming kits that will help you to interest your child in this unique area of knowledge.