Coding is now cool. Schools know that programming promotes logical and creative thinking. The folks over at Wonder Workshop recognize that power, but have gone a step further by adding hands-on interaction to the mix.
Dash and Dot are adorable robots with impressive capabilities. They can move, turn, flash lights, respond to a voice, make sounds, react to each other, and more. Program them to move through a maze or dance to a song. The possibilities are endless, especially with the available Xylophone or Building Brick accessories.
Kids as young as 5 can program Dash and Dot using the free Path and Go apps. (Don’t worry, Dash and Dot are designed to be durable). For older kids (8-12), the Blockly app offers more complex challenges and capabilities. There’s even an open API for programming in Java and Objective-C.
Give coding a fun new life with Wonder Workshop. When kids interact with Dash & Dot, it’s a foundation for skills they’ll certainly use again and again.