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The latest trend with Turkeys kids is coding robots

The latest trend with Turkeys kids is coding robots

Coding robots | This is a guest post by Yusuf Gündoğdu, one of the co-founders of Robotistan, a company established to provide Turkish students, educators and makers with the best products available on the marker. We asked him to write about the growing trend in STEM...

First Ever MakeX Challenge Held in Thailand

First Ever MakeX Challenge Held in Thailand

On September 8-9th, the first MakeX Challenge was held in Thailand, at the Mahidol University in Bangkok, organized by Imagineering Education and Bond L. Cooperation Co., Ltd. with support from the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University. With 52 teams of primary...

The Next Big Job in Tech: Robot Programmer

The Next Big Job in Tech: Robot Programmer

Nowadays, programming and robotics are no longer the exclusive skills of geeks or computer geniuses. These skills have become an important component of basic education in many places. Therefore, programmable robot are widely used in the education. In Nova Scotia,...

Top 10 Free Resources to Help Your Kids Learn Coding

Top 10 Free Resources to Help Your Kids Learn Coding

Robots for kids As coding skills move from school to home, parents often buy cool robot kits for their kids in the hope that the robot will spark their child’s interest in STEM concepts. To be even more encouraging, Makeblock designed and created a variety of robot...

Introducing Makeblock Neuron Explorer Kit

Introducing Makeblock Neuron Explorer Kit

Nowadays, STEAM education has become an emerging trend worldwide. But, for many parents, introducing their kids to coding can be a challenge, since coding seems to be a very abstract subject for kids. To solve this problem, many software apps and services have been...

Whitepaper: How to Design STEM Courses in Six Steps

Whitepaper: How to Design STEM Courses in Six Steps

The Explorer Kit comes with a total of 12 coding blocks including Temperature Sensor, Ranging Sensor, Light Sensor, LED Strip Driver and LED Strip, Dual DC Motor Driver and DC Motor blocks. To help get you started with your new kit, we have included four cardboard templates to build inventions including a piano, ukulele, a car, and an LED sword. New in the Explorer Kit is support for Apple’s Swift Playgrounds app for iPad with which learners can start programming in Swift, and subscribe to the Neuron Playgound for over 30 coding lessons that combine physical and digital construction.
5 Reasons Why Your Child Should Learn to Code Right Now

5 Reasons Why Your Child Should Learn to Code Right Now

Coding robot | The Makeblock headquarters in Shenzhen recently had an inspiring group of visitors in the form of Code Hobbits students enrolled in the Launchpad program. Initiated by Innovate Shenzhen, an organization that aims to introduce foreign makers and...

Five Answers About Educational Robots

Five Answers About Educational Robots

Coding robot | The Makeblock headquarters in Shenzhen recently had an inspiring group of visitors in the form of Code Hobbits students enrolled in the Launchpad program. Initiated by Innovate Shenzhen, an organization that aims to introduce foreign makers and...

Three Things to Know About Scratch 3.0 and mblock5

Three Things to Know About Scratch 3.0 and mblock5

Educational robots are not just plain, old robots. Actually, there are quite a few misunderstandings about them. Today, we are going to lift the veil off the mystery that is the educational robot and give you the facts about them. 1. How is the...