The Mover Kit
Some parents would think that computer programming may be for adults. But with the way most kids now learn how to absorb modern technology, that may not be entirely true. There are kids that are fascinated with computers and there are now toys that will help introduce them to basic programming early. Toys like the Mover Kit will certainly be something parents can consider.
The mover Kit is a kit that kids use to build and program a wristband that lights up according to movement. It features a mover board that kids can connect to a computer to input code or instructions on how the wrist band will function with each movement. The kit comes with detailed instructions on how the kids can build the Mover and start programming it. It is easy to program, making it an essential introduction to coding for kids. It is also fun to build as it already includes all the things kids need to build up the high tech wrist band. Well, it does require a computer connected to the Internet for coding, which is not included in the kit.
The Mover Kit will help introduce the kids to the basics of computer programming and its practical applications. It will also help kids develop their logical and critical thinking as well as develop an early interest in computer programming. Kids will also learn the fundamentals of electronics as well as how different electronic components work. The Mover Kit is ideal for kids from 8 years old and below and is available at Fat Brain Toys for $75.
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