Blue Bot

Blue-Bot is Bee-Bot's big brother who can do everything Bee-Bot can with an exciting addition--Bluetooth communication. Use the buttons on the back to program Blue-Bot just like Bee-Bot. You can also pair Blue-Bot with an iOS or Android tablet and use the free app to control Blue-Bot remotely.

Bee Bot

Bee-Bot is an exciting new robot designed for use by young children. This colorful, easy-to-operate, and friendly little robot is a perfect tool for teaching sequencing, estimation, problem-solving, and just having fun!



Primo presents Cubetto: the wooden robot toy that helps kids and toddlers learn code and computer programming before they can read - no screen required!

Little Robot Friends

Little Robot Friends are fun, expressive robots for learning code and electronics.  With built-in wifi, your robot can become an Internet of Things of device. Program your friend to respond to weather notification, in-coming mail, a twitter mention, and many more through IFTTT.

Wink Robot

Wink is perfect for kids, students, and grownups taking their very first steps into written programming code. If you already know Scratch then you're ready to move on writing your own code. You'll learn the basics of the C language in an easy, non-complicated way.


Cubetto Kickstarter

I do not usually write something about a Kickstarter, but this one calls for attention! 

My amazing friends of Primo Toys based in London is running a kickstarter for their flagship product, Cubetto.  Why am I so excited about their product? Its one of the very first programming toys that teaches the concept of programming away from a computer screen.

#InternetLibrarian - PreConference

This year for the Internet Librarian conference, Jane has come up with some awesome ideas, that I'm super excited to share and be part of.  

This year join Nate Hill, Tod Colegrove and myself for an entire interactive workshop on Makerspaces, Idea Labs, and Hackerspaces.  With us are individuals from littleBits, Hopscotch, LightUp, Twenty One Toys, Brown Dog Gadgets, and more.  So, its going to be SUPER interesting to see all the vendors talking about libraries and makerspaces and the roles their technologies play.  

Dash and Dot

Dash is your first real robot friend. Packed with sensors and capabilities, Dash will race, dance, sing, and even respond to a child’s voice and become a loyal partner in fun. Ready to play right of out of the box, Dash can speed around the house, lights blinking, wheels squealing with the apps Go and Path. With Blockly and Wonder, Dash transforms into the responsive robot pet or friendly coding companion a child has always wanted. And our apps will teach your child to code while they’re having fun adventures with Dash.


Sphero is the world's first app-enabled robotic ball and a sophisticated companion for your smartphone or tablet. Learn, play, and explore with this awesome robot.

Sphero 2.0 rolls at speeds of up to 4.5 mph and pairs to your device via Bluetooth with a range of up to 100 feet. Powered by induction charging, Sphero 2.0 is three times brighter than the original and is pet proof, waterproof, and ready for any adventure. As a bonus, 2 ramps are included in each box and you can choose from over 30 apps to launch a whole new world of mobile gameplay.


MOSS is a robot construction system from Modular Robotics. Each block is a different part of a robot and combining those blocks in different ways yields a multitudinous variety of robots. Think of them as building blocks for the 21st century; designed to help kids invent and build their own robotic creations. The goal of MOSS is to impart intuitive understanding of complex systems and design principles. Within the MOSS system, kids begin to build an understanding of mechanical construction, basic circuitry, kinematic motion, robotics, software integration, and programming.