Cubelets are magnetic robot blocks that snap together to make an endless variety of robot toys. Without wiring or programming, you and your youngsters can build thousands and thousands of tiny robots!

You don’t need to know how to code or wire to construct robots with Cubelets. Snap the robot blocks together and the magnetic faces do the rest. Every unique arrangement is a new robot with novel behaviors emerging from the construction. Invention made easy.

Hummingbird Kit

The Hummingbird Robotics Kit is a spin-off of a six year (and on-going) research project at Carnegie Mellon's CREATE lab. The project began in 2006 as Robot Diaries, which aimed to create an after school engineering and robotics activity that could appeal to middle school girls as much as or more than to boys.


The Finch Robot is a product from Birdbrain Technologies.

Finch works by plugging into a computer and loading up a program called Snap! (a varient of Scratch). Then, depending on your skill level, you can drag and drop arrows into the programming interface to make the bird move.  Or, if you are an advance technie, use more of the advance commands and add situational environmental variables to make the bird interact when it sees light, objects, etc.  



Ozobot provide everyone an expressive way to learn and play with robotics in a variety of social and interactive settings. Ozobot comes to life simply by choosing specific color patters with paper, game boards and digital screens. Ozobot teaches you how to code through drawing. Learn robotic behavor simply by creating a maze and letting the robotic trace the maze; reading color patterns of your choosing to make it faster, slower, turn right, turn left, and so much more. 


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