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    Robotics for small children

    Hello,
    For small children like 6-8 years and 9-12years what should be introduction , practices etc for student?

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    Re: Robotics for small children

    What can a children understand if they barely know the multiplication table?



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    Re: Robotics for small children

    cant we do part like assembly and playing with it like line follower and robotics small arms?



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    Re: Robotics for small children

    Yes, maybe they would enjoy assemble some stuff.. like LEGO which has plenty of details.



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    Re: Robotics for small children

    You need to take them to visit someone with a home or garage workshop with robot experiments..this will grab their attention...However never leave kids alone with adults unless close relatives.



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    Re: Robotics for small children

    line follower and robotics small arms?
    Radio Shack made a toy 'robotic' arm in the 1980's. Fascinating to watch. Easy to operate.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armatron

    I had a line follower robot kit called Movit. Everything needs to be assembled right in order for it to work. The photosensor head must be snug to the floor.



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    Re: Robotics for small children

    I came accross this website, worthy to share :

    https://www.tinkerbots.com/

    It's a reply for 1-month inactive thread, and does not meet the child age group originally mentioned (actually it seems not that simple), but the feature set of this toy is really amazing.
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