Offer Your Kids Their First Robot They Can Build And Customise

Offer Your Kids Their First Robot They Can Build And Customise

The best way to encourage children to discover the joy of technology is to provide them ways to have fun by building their own robots.

There are plenty of new products on the market where kids can become creative and build their own colourful robot friends. One example of this is Build-A-Bot, which is aimed for 5-7 year olds with help from family or 8-12 year olds on their own.

Build-a-Bot – one of the latest exciting additions to the robot toy market – is available in three adorable characters (Bunny, Dino, and Fox). After you put the 20+ pieces together, turn on your bot and watch it hop to life!

You can even take the robots apart and reassemble, or mix and match parts to create unique configurations.

Along with instructions, every pack of Build a Bot includes a build certificate and a full sheet of stickers.

Build-a-Bot is fun for kids, collectors and anyone interested in beginner robotics.

To see how these cute bots come to life, watch this video:

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Robyn Foyster
Robyn Foyster is an award-winning journalist and former Editor-In-Chief of The Australian Women's Weekly. She is also the owner and publisher of Women Love Tech and women's lifestyle site, TheCarousel.com. Robyn runs her own media business, Foyster Media. She is also a 2017 Telstra Business Awards judge and on the board of ASX listed tech start up, Thred.

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