Learning Resources Botley编码机器人活动 玩具套装(适用年龄：5岁+)
- botley 帮助您的孩子学习早期 STEM 数理学技能，同时玩耍获得乐趣。他告诉孩子们如何编程，通过活跃、无屏幕的游戏活动可以促进批判性思维和解决问题的能力
- botley 是完全无屏幕编码的机器人 – 无需手机或平板电脑。botley 的简便易用的远程编程器传输您的命令并让他滚动
- botley 的 Smart Logic 智能逻辑让他发现前面的障碍 – 并避免其物品。他还可以按照循环指令行动，挑战障碍赛，并按照黑色画出路径行驶。他甚至有可解锁的隐形功能
- botley 77- 件活动套装配有远程编程、可拆卸机器人手臂、40 张编码卡、6 张双面卡片、27 块障碍积木和一个入门指南，带有编码挑战（不一定支持中文）
- botley 非常适合年龄小至 5 岁的小朋友，但他先进的功能意味着他可以和孩子们一起成长，并带来多年乐趣
- botley 编码机器人需要 5 节 AAA 电池 ( 3 节用于 botley 机器人、2 节遥控器 ) 。 电池不包括在内。
5 岁及以上儿童适用。通过简单、友好的方式介绍各种编码操作与编码 botley 机器人，来自 Learning Resoures。botley 是随着您的孩子一同成长的的编码机器人。从基本的导航功能先进的功能会让他通过障碍，直接放下他沿着黑色线条行驶、又可以让他来检测物体，这只小机器人功能齐全。甚至还有一些其他隐藏功能只需等待您解锁！教宝宝学 STEM 数里技能像编码的基础知识通过游戏活动。需要 5 节AAA电池（不包括在内）包括：Botley 77 件活动套装：遥控编程器、可拆卸机器人手臂、40 张编码卡（不一定支持中文）6 张双面卡片、27个障碍建筑块和入门指南（不一定支持中文）带有编码的挑战。
Set up was fairly easy, and required 5 AA batteries (2 for the remote, 3 for the robot). Our 5-year old enjoyed putting the stickers on some of the activity set pieces while the 8-year old read some of the instruction booklet (he was excited to code).
We started Botley on the "Line" feature where he can follow a thick black line on the included cardboard play space (like a 2-sided puzzle that can be assembled many different ways). It was pretty fun and the younger kids thought it was great. You can draw your own thick black line on white paper and Botley will supposedly follow it, but we haven't tried this yet.
The 8-year old was itching to code so we flipped the board over and tried to follow the coding challenges from the booklet. He jumped right to Challenge 6 and it took him a few minutes to get the hang of it, but once he got started he really enjoyed it. He spent 45 minutes working coding and playing with Botley, trying to get him to do different things.
The 5-year old wanted a turn to code next and was very excited. She is a "do it myself" girl so once I explained the steps she really got into it. We used the deck of cards to keep track of the moves she wanted Botley to make, then coding them into the remote. She was so pleased with herself when Botley did the things she "told" him to do! She seemed really satisfied with it. She played with Botley for about an hour the first day, though with adult assistance.
The 3-year old was obviously too young for the "ages 5+" recommendation, and with good reason. He liked rolling the balls, LOVED pushing the buttons on the remote, and trying to steal Botley and/or the remote from his siblings the entire day.
- Easy to set up.
- Adorable, endearing beeps and noises (uh-oh!, oooooh!).
- Remote beeps and lights up to indicate that the button was pushed (when coding), which is very helpful.
- Comes with a set of cards so kids can put the "moves" in order to help with the coding.
- Booklet has 10 coding activities (in increasing difficulty) to get kids started on coding.
- Hard to share, not a great toy for multiple children to play at once
I highly recommend a Botley for the 5-9 year old in your life, but if you have more than one child, I recommend you buy two!
Botley was an answered prayer just when we really started cracking down on tablet usage. My daughter is learning the basics of coding with an adorable little robot and a kid-sized remote. The instructions made it really easy to work on the basics, gradually working up to more challenging codes.
My daughter loved the fact that Botley can sense and follow lines, so she's begging me to use a ton of paper to make him a large path.
He makes cute little noises and says hi, which really seems to entertain my 6 year old. Her attention is held and I seriously can't wait to get to the more challenging tasks to keep her busy even longer. And, though she's learning a lot, she's mainly having fun, so she'll continue to play with this more than most of her robotic toys that do very little to engage her growing brain!
It says "Ready to go, right out of the box!", BUT you need 5 AAA batteries and a Phillips screwdriver. Oh, and there are some stickers to stick to some of the pieces too. There is also no sticker guide in the instructions but looking at the box it was easy to tell where the stickers were supposed to be placed. My 6 year old put the eyes on the blocks while I put the other stickers on.
At thus point my kids were more than eager to get their hands on Botley, and I handed it over to them with a quick glance at the small "getting started" section of the instructions. So far they've figured out how to make it crash into multiple block towers, chase our dog, follow a line, and talk. All without looking at the instructions. It is super user friendly. I love it. I didn't realize how engaging this toy would be. My kids are cooperating, learning how to code while they play, and staying engaged. Kids need to play with more toys like this!