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Thames and Kosmos - Coding and Robotics

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This Coding and Robotics kit is the perfect tool to introduce your child to the world of coding and engineering. Learn a handful of computer programming concepts from Sammy, the cutest peanut butter and jelly sandwich you’ll ever meet!

  • $200.00
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With 30 building and coding lessons, introduce your kids to sequences, loops, functions, conditions, events, algorithms and variables. There’s even a special math mode to test their math skills! Program Sammy the robot to move in different directions, activate its output gear, light up its LED, play sounds, and respond to function cards. As you lay down a sequence of code cards, the robot will scan them with an optical scanner, then record the sequences as a program. In addition to Sammy, a variety of models can be built using the same robotic base unit, each with a series of coding challenges and lessons related to it. Whether it is moving cheese hungry mouse, a zoo exploring penguin, a soccer player bending it like Beckham, a hero firefighter, or a factory robot; the stories are fun, exciting with something for everyone. Create all of Sammy’s friends and get lost in a beginner’s world of robotics!

Included in the box:

  • 1 x 64 Page lesson plan and experiment manual
  • 417 Pieces (including building blocks, graphics sheet, map cards, code cards, base maps and frames)


No need for a smart phone, tablet or computer! You will also need three AA batteries. 

Recommended for ages four to eight. Not suitable for children aged three years and under.

Packaging dimensions: 430 x 300 x 80mm

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