Monkeynoid Robot Kit
The creative building blocks kit for kids & teens to make interactive robot toys.
Dive into STEM with Monkeynoid - The engineering and LEGO®-compatible building set for makers to build their own robots. Monkeynoid inspires kids’ imagination by empowering them to design and make their toys while creating opportunities to explore robotics science and motorized mechanisms.
Monkeynoid robot kit is a kid toy for ages eight and up.
An Easy Hands-on Experience on Engineering for Young Future Innovators
You’ll help kids develop their fine motor and problem-solving skills while at the same time unleashing their creativity as they make different robots.
Empowers Kids to Create Motorized Robots
With easy-to-use hardware and LEGO®-compatible building blocks, Monkeynoid robot kit allows kids to assemble their imagination by snapping parts together and bringing their creation to life. It helps foster an understanding of motorized mechanisms by combining a sound-activated computer, a compact motor, and LEGO®-compatible elements.
Get Involve with Sound-Activated Robot Toy
Researchers have shown that kids can get involved with their toys if they can interact with them. Monkeynoid robot kit can hear you clap, and the faster you clap, the faster it moves! So, it actively involves the kids and encourages them to take physical action.
Gain Essential STEM Skills
Monkeynoid robot kit empowers kids to gain essential STEM skills. This building blocks set provides fun, hands-on robotic challenges that get makers excited, build confidence and develop the skills needed for real-world success.
Bring Your Blocks to Life
Combine Tart Robotics hardware with your own building blocks to build simple and fun robots. Aside from doing great robotic projects with your blocks, Monkeynoid robot kit encourages kids to get familiar with robotics science and engineering.
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Monkeynoid Building Instruction
Simply by following a step-by-step building instruction, kids can learn how to construct different robots through play.