Right out of the box, Qobo is ADORABLE!
If you try to limit kid’s screen time and ALWAYS looking for an educational but FUN toy to keep the kids interested?
If you are looking to teach children as young as 3 how to code?
Right here, Meet Qobo! As the newest member of the Robobloq family, Qobo is here to introduce coding in an easy, friendly way. he'll grow with them for many plays filled years to come. Qobo is ready to use right out of the box - he'll have kids coding in minutes. And that's not all, Qobo is 100% screen-free and includes a 30-piece activity set - the only robot to offer that!
Let's Get Started, Look What I Can Do!
30 Puzzle card coding, that has everything from movement to lights to sounds. Just need to layout and connect the cards(starting with the start code and ending with the red gem). Multiple play mode and amazing game lesson with a map.
Designed for Kids ages 3-8. It supports PC programming, you will be the chief in command and tell Qobo where to go with code. With Visual programming tool like Scratch, simply drag and drop blocks to program, so easy!
Another mode is the Free Mode, it is designed to train their logical thinking ability and do memory exercises. Not only does the kit come with 30 code cards, but you also get a booklet with 15 training lessons and challenges, as well as a map to guide Qobo while using Free Mode.
In Game Mode, you lay the cards out like a puzzle, and Qobo will follow the cards, performing each action as it travels over them. It can help kids visualize the pieces of code and how/when each action is conducted.
This is great tool to teach kids problem-solving skills and to have them plan out their code in order to complete a task or a challenge.
Here is has some interesting feature with Qobo:
Touch Qobo’s face, he will giggle...
Qobo snores when he sleeps, cutest sound ever!
Compatible with LEGO building blocks, there is no limitation on your imagination.
We believe it is the perfect companion for a child to learn how to code, and the more the play with it, the more skilled they can be. One of the great things about it is that it makes learning much more fun and attractive for younger kids, and keep them very much focused.