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Christmas 2022: our Génération Robots top 5 gift ideas!

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Looking for great gift ideas for Christmas?

Génération Robots is here to help! We’ve drawn up a list of affordable gifts available on our website, either already in stock or delivered regularly to our warehouses.

Fun ways of introducing your friends and family to robotics and programming. Our top 5 robotics gifts, presents you’ll want to see under your tree this Christmas, including systems you can assemble and program, a 3D printer and tiny robots… something for all tastes, and all ages!

#1 Cubelet kits

An all-time Génération Robots favourite! Cubelets are fun and fascinating magnetic cubes you can use to create a robot with no knowledge of programming (it’s the position of your cubes that will create the program).

How your robot behaves depends simply on how you assemble your cubes. Each Cubelet performs one mission, and one mission only.

You can choose between two kits: the Discovery Set (5 Cubelets + accessories) for children aged 4 to 10, or the Curiosity Set (10 Cubelets + accessories) for children aged 6 to 13.

  • No need for a screen
  • Bluetooth module included
  • Compatible with LEGO bricks

#2 Neva Magis 3D Printer

A highly-accessible 3D printer all creators will find easy to use, with has just one button used to start, stop and pause printing.

Multicolour printing is also possible, simply schedule pauses to insert a different coloured filament.

It’s a printer you can use to give free reign to your imagination: jewellery, toys, everyday objects, etc.

  • Ready to use
  • Numerous compatible filaments
  • Free software
  • Made in France

#3 Official Arduino Starter Kit

This Arduino Starter Kit comes with everything you need to complete the 15 technical challenges shown in the 171-page colour booklet.

The kit includes an Arduino Uno board, standard electronic components and a book of 15 projects

It requires no prior knowledge, making it the perfect gift to get started with and learn more about the Arduino technology, and about electronics and automated systems in general!

  • Available in 3 languages (FR, EN and DE)
  • 15 projects
  • For beginners (from the age of 12)
  • Introduction to coding and electronics

#4 Sphero Indi At-Home kit

The Sphero indi At-Home kit consists mainly of an indi mobile educational robot and 30 coloured cards.

Each colour instructs indi to move in a different way, for example yellow tells it to slow down, red tells it to stop and green tells it to turn right.

You can associate a coloured card with a sound and an action, and children can also create their own sounds and change the colour of their robot’s eyes.

  • For children aged 3 to 7
  • Programmable with or without a screen
  • USB charging (battery)

#5 Wonder Rugged Car Kit for micro:bit (yellow version)

The Wonder Rugged Car kit, programmable with a micro:bit board (not included), is not only easy to set up but also promises an exciting ride.

It includes four individually programmable multidirectional Mecanum wheels.

Children can move its fun, educational blocks around to learn the fundamentals of robotics programming.

  • From the age of 8
  • Remote control
  • Wukong expansion board included
  • Compatible with LEGO bricks