With its colourful user interface designed for the youngsters, the Thymio mobile robot is a very popular choice when it comes to discover robot programming. This educational robot includes embedded sensors and is compatible with Lego. Many free educational resources are available online.
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The Wireless Thymio educational mobile robot is the wireless version of the popular Thymio II.
The Thymio mobile robot is Lego compatible, features many sensors, a great child friendly coding software and many free online resoures for both teachers and at home users.
Both robots are great educational tools!
Designed in collaboration with Inria and France-IOI, and published by Le Pommier, 1, 2, 3... codez! is the first teaching manual dedicated to programming to be produced by the La main à la pâte foundation, established with the aim of improving the quality of science and technology education in France. It offers teachers and pupils in nursery, primary and middle schools a series of worksheets and turnkey sessions allowing children to familiarise themselves with the computer and digital world.
With this new pack designed for the teachers, Mobsya give you everything you need to get started with the Thymio robot in your classroom!
If you’ve recently got your hands on the educational Thymio II mobile robot and think it’s time you moved on to more serious things, why not try adding some really fun Thymio accessories like the Yeti Discovery Kit for Thymio II Robot, which will show that your robot’s capable of hurtling down slopes! This special offer ends on May 11, 2020.
This aluminium case is lined with pre-cut foam to store up to 10 Thymio robots, as well as various accessories. The case is shown here empty.
Also sold individually, the educational Wireless Thymio robot comes here in the form of a pack, ideal for classrooms and media libraries wanting to propose group robotics activities.
The Thymio educational robot has returned, in a pack particularly well-suited for use in classrooms and with all the accessories you need to set up multiple robotics activities!