KUBO Is A New Educational Robot To Teach Coding Skills To Kids

Posted on May 23 2017 - 8:33pm by Collin Peterson

Using many connectible tiles Kubo educational robot just gives a simple and intuitive way to teach your children basic coding skills. KUBO is a puzzle-based educational robot consisting of a head and body. Simply tap them together to power up this robot. You’ll be able to use tiles to teach spelling and coding.

Kubo Educational Robot Design

The Kubo is an innovative and advanced educational robot that consists of two parts: a head and a body. The head measures 54x54x32mm, and the body is 65x70x54mm. This robot features a simple and compact design. With two wheels, this new robot can run om any flat surface based on your commands.

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Kubo Educational Robot

Kubo Educational Robot Features

Unlike other educational robots which need to control though tablet or phone, the Kubo Educational Robot does not have to communicate with a mobile device. Each Kubo comes with a set of TagTiles. Each of the TagTile features a specific action like forward, left, right, sound trigger, speed control, light trigger, loop and more.

Using these puzzle-like tiles, your child can easily code various programs in the real world. When the head is plugged in this robot body that’s ready on a TagTile program, the robot will then automatically run based on the tactile program. The coding package simply teach children basic algorithms, sequential thinking, parameters, loops and more.

In addition to TagTile coding package, Kubo Educational Robot also features a language package with letter and image TagTiles, and the package comes with a custom app for iOS and Android in order to teach the children words during playing and practicing.

Kubo Educational Robot Price

The crowdfunding campaign for Kubo is in progress on Indiegogo. Pledging $270 will let you own the educational robot with both coding and language packages. The bundle will be shipped starting next month.