I received a Robot Mouse Maze Quest Game set in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.
Established in 1983, HearthSong has been committed to assisting parents by providing their children with age-appropriate, high-quality toys, and crafts. The HearthSong catalog is filled with high-quality toys and crafts supplies to help your kids development. The brand believes in the importance of creative and imaginative play and honestly, that is the reason why I like this store so much!
The store offers a large array of different products and that includes some modern toys.
Coding and programming is something that kids nowadays have early access to. The key to awaken kids’ curiosities and love for coding is giving them doable projects that match their age and capability to avoid any frustrations. I wanted to introduce my daughter to the coding world with activities that would fuel her curiosity.
Colby, The Programmable Mouse:
This is a great way to introduce your kids to coding concepts. The cute little mouse comes with a maze that users put together and then program Colby to find his way through the maze. This is a great deal of fun and provides your kids with many learning activities.
Setting up is really easy and was developed for kids ages 5 and up. Young coders will have a lot of fun by directing the cute little mouse to the path he should follow in order to go through the maze and reach his goal and get to his cheese.
The set comes with a series of cards that the kids can lay down to remember the correct coding sequence then use the arrow buttons, on top of Colby’s back, to program him to go through the maze.
The 83-piece Robot Mouse Maze Quest Game set includes:
– Colby the mouse
– 16 maze grids
-22 maze walls
– 3 tunnels
-1 cheese wedge
-30 double-sided coding cards
-10 double-sided activity cards.
The kids might not get the sequence right all the times and Colby might not make it to his goal, but it is still lots of fun and your kids will love the sense accomplishment when the little mouse finally follows their instructions and reaches the cheese.
Colby features two different speeds and is powered by 3 AAA batteries that are not included with the set.
To double the fun, they also offer a second mouse (Jack), who can be purchased separately and can be programmed so both mice can race for the cheese!
The Code and Go™ Robot Mouse Activity Set has a retail price of $79.98 and it is an award-winning way to introduce your kids to coding!
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