Makeblock mTiny Coding Robot for Kids Ages 4+, Preschool Learning & Educational Toys to Learn Robotics and Programming While Playing, Award-Winning STEM Learning Toy


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Brand: Makeblock

Color: White


  • Learn While Playing: mTiny is first easy coding robot for toddlers. Introduce kids to the creative world of coding with the best educational STEM toys. It teaches kids to code with active, screen-free play that’s perfect for logical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Tape to Learn Coding: mTiny receives instructions and starts moving. The innovative tap-to-code interaction system and interesting storybook drive kids’ interest in learning.
  • Screen-free Fun: mTiny features completely screen-free coding: no phone or tablet required. It enables children to engage different senses to increase attention and explore the world around them.
  • Role Play & Remote Control: Kids can customize mTiny with 3 cartoon facemasks and transform it into policeman, doctor or chicken. With joystick, they can easliy remote this preschool learning toy.
  • Ideal Gift for Kids: Including mTiny robot, tap smart pen, 24 double-sided map blocks, 36 coding cards, 4 game cards, 3 character masks, 8 flags, story book, quick start guide.

Details: Parent-Chid interaction
This STEM robot toy provides parents and children a new and positive ways to relate to each
other. Parents can keep a better way to manage kids behavior through playing games together.

A Fusion of Cross curricular Contents
mTiny exposes young children to concepts such as math and music. Designed (in alignment)
with modern educational philosoph ies in mind, mTiny finds a better way to spark
children’s curiosity for knowledge and develop their logical thinking from an early age.

Screen-free Operation makes Every Game Engaging
With no need to use mobile phones or tablet PCs, mTiny lowers the threshold of coding for
children and protects their eyes from screen-induced damage. The physical tap pen
controller, cards, and maps free children from Internet and video game distractions,
andfully engage their senses in the process of exploration and learning.