mBot Ranger is an advanced version of mBot, that comes with 3 preset forms, for three times the fun! From construction and operation through to programming, Ranger allows children to receive STEAM education in a simple and fun way. Ranger also gets children started on robot programming, advancing with them as they grow and develop their problem solving abilities.
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With just a screwdriver, the step by step instructions, and a study schedule, children can build a robot from scratch and experience the joys of hands-on creation.
mBot has 4 expansion ports, and can connect to more than 100 kinds of electronic modules. Children can use a variety of add-on packs and more than 500 parts on the Maker’s Platform to build a variety of imaginative shapes. During construction, they will learn about the principles of electronics and mechanics and lay the foundations for understanding robots. mBot is also compatible with LEGO bricks meaning gameplay can continue to grow over time.
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The Makeblock App is a piece of powerful operating software. It enables children to control their mBot at the touch of a button, or combine the preset control settings any way they choose. mBot is even simple enough for children who have not yet learnt to read.
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€ 149,99 per item
Info for teachers:
From primary school, Age 8+
On the official Makeblock Education site http://education.makeblock.com/ there are mBot case studies alongside examples of related teaching guides. Meanwhile mBot’s potential continues to grow as teachers from all over the world compile new teaching materials, which are now available in 10 languages including Chinese, English, French and German. Whether you’re a student, parent or educator, you are sure to find your ideal teaching resources on the Makeblock platform, so that you can learn and teach programming more easily.
Robotics, electronics, block-based programming, design, STEM, English language
Whilst they play, children learn about a variety of robotic machinery and electronic parts, get to grips with the fundamentals of block-based programming, and develop their logical thinking and design skills.
Block-based programming with Makeblock software; Python