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Robots for middle school
The robots and robotics kits featured here are made for the secondary education. These robots can be used to illustrate different courses such as sciences, mathematics or technology, or be the building blocks of a brand new robotics club!
There are 65 products.
This programmable Crazyflie drone (ROS compatible) designed by Bitcraze has an exclusive embedded indoor positioning system, for an autonomous flight that’s as precise as when using a GPS!
This Education Expert Set is designed for upper secondary school teachers wanting to organise robotics programming workshops for their pupils that are both fun and place the accent on hands-on experience.
The French State Education Advanced Robotics Kit from Speechi is intended for all teachers – from primary to high school – wishing to introduce their pupils to robotics programming using a fun and varied set of tools.
Bitcraze has created a new kit for its tiny programmable Crazyflie 2.1 drone(ROS compatible). This time it comes with a radio amplifier and ToF sensor!
The French State Education Standard Robotics Kit from Speechi allows you to organise a course of lessons in robotics and programming, each lasting 45 minutes. This educational robot kit, which meets the recommendations of the French Ministry of Education, can be programmed using Scratch, the IDE Arduino, but also Python.
The Crazyflie 2.1 quadcopter nano kit, with its USB radio dongle, is a programmable and fully open-source long-range drone (ROS compatible).
The Tinkerbots Education Basic Kit allows you to take your first steps into the world of programming with Blockly. With the four included modules, you can build smart vehicles equipped with intelligent sensors. Secondary level 1 and 2.
The mTiny Educational Robot Kit is suitable to all preschool-aged children. It offers interactive games and stories to develop their logical thinking. It also provides a great base for simple coding algorithms, helping children understand why the algorithm is what makes up the program.