Botzees is the latest smart toy from Pai Technology, combining virtual and hands-on play.
Botzees is a new robotics kit for kids ages 4 and up that combines creativity, construction, and coding. Kids can build, program, and code six different pre-designed robots or choose to create their own with the specially designed blocks that come with the kit.
Once built, the toy can be taught to move, drum, dance, make sounds, and light up using the free Botzees app. The kit comes with 130 gender-neutral, uniquely shaped, blocks with rounded edges designed to inspire kids’ imagination with hands-on learning. Additionally, the 30 interactive augmented reality puzzles help teach even more coding concepts with visual cues.
“We are tremendously excited to introduce a new way for younger children to enjoy the experience and benefits of coding,” said Amy Braun, Pai Technology’s head of U.S. marketing and communications. “Screen time is beneficial if used appropriately and we are happy to provide positive and physical STEM-focused products that do just that.”
Botzees is available now for $99.99 in Apple Stores and Amazon.