Kick Start Your Kids Love of Engineering with STEM Robotic Kits from C

Kick Start Your Kids Love of Engineering with STEM Robotic Kits from CIC

Posted on May 26, 2019 by Lubica Misevski | 0 Comments

 

You want your kids to grow up to be successful and happy. You've probably heard a lot about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and careers. Since the 1990s, available STEM jobs in the US have grown by 79 percent, and the average college-educated STEM work makes $81,011 per year in contrast with the $60,828 for other college majors earn.

But how do you engage your children in STEM topics? You want them to show an interest in STEM without it seeming like they're back in school. One of the best ways is through play. Kids love to build things and use their imaginations, so why not use STEM toys to instill a love of science and other subjects in them.

Here's a look at two new hot STEM robotic kits to help your kids grow a passion for science and engineering. 

Robotic Hedgehog Robot Kit

Love the idea of a family pet but hate the idea of all the work involved? The CIC Robotic Hedgehog Kit makes it easy for your kids to build their own pet, an adorable hedgehog. While building their new prickly pet, your kids learn more about robotics and the inner workings of robots. They discover how the mechanics work together to move the robot as it responds to sounds. This is a toy that provides as much fun in the building phase as it does in the playing stage. 

After the fun of creating their new pet is over, the euphoria of playing with their new pet begins. Your child's new hedgehog responds to a variety of sounds. Your kids will enjoy watching as their pet rolls over, spins around and tumbles across the floor. The built-in sound sensor is designed to respond to a variety of sounds that your kids can use to make their pet respond in a variety of ways. The cutest action occurs when the hedgehog bristles its quills and then calms them again. 

Suitable for kids age 10 years old and up, this STEM robotic kit teaches your child about the inner workings and mechanics of a robot. 

CIC Robotic Hedgehog Robotic Kit | STEM Toys | KidzInc Australia Online Educational Toys

CIC 5 in 1 Mechanical Coding Robot

Who doesn't love choices, and with this cool STEM Robotic Kit, your children have the choice of building five different robots? They can even build one today and change it to a different one next week. The robotic options include:

* drawing bot
* forklift bot
* throwing bot
* gripper bot
* and soccer bot. 

    The 5 in 1 Mechanical Coding Robot helps teach your child how to code, part of computer science. Children, as young as eight years old, can build each of these robots and learn valuable lessons about the connection between coding and actions without needing more screen time. It also teaches your child through play how coding makes a difference in the real world and fuels their imagination for their own futures. 

    The "coding wheel" helps your child learn to code. The best part is that this is a toy that doesn't need to go online so you don't need to worry about what your child is finding on the internet. Your child can easily remove and replace the pieces of code to make the robot become the various options. Your child learns the basics of computer coding in a fun way that encourages them to learn more. 

    CIC 5 in 1 Mechanical Coding Robot Kit | KidzInc Australia | Online Educational Toys

    STEM toys are an invaluable tool to encourage your child's love of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics without lectures and classes. Once they get the bug, they'll pursue more information and learning on their own.

    Making sure that you have STEM toys available for their play is an essential part of your job as a parent. 

    Posted in CIC 5 in 1 Mechanical Coding Robot Kit, CIC Robotic Hedgehog STEM Kits, CIC STEM Robotic Kits


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