Wonder Workshop Dash Interactive Robot Toy (DA01) - Blue
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- Kids can code Dash to move, dance, light up, make sounds, avoid obstacles, and even react to their voice
- Dash is wirelessly programmed over Bluetooth LE using the free Wonder and Blockly apps
- Can run up to 5 hours on a single battery charge
- Compatible with Apple devices running OS 8.1 and newer, Android devices running 4.4.2 and newer and Kindle Devices
- Appropriate for ages 6 and up
- Dash Robot
- Charging Cord
- 2 x Building Connectors
- Quick Start Guide
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Of the 42 reviewers who responded, 42 would recommend this product.
- Very good learning toy- December 17, 2016
This is one of the best learning toys available. There are a variety of apps available for iOS that will introduce kids to programming concepts. Kids as young as 3 can get some fun out of this and it definitely has something for kids even at high school age. You can create much more advanced challenges using this like navigating an obstacle course automatically. This is a great way to get kids interested in computer programming.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great first robot- January 16, 2017
This was a Christmas gift for my two boys, ages 8 & 10. My youngest just learned about coding this school year, so the Dash Robot was a great opportunity to put his new skills to use. My 10 year old found it to be user friendly and is attempting to program Dash to spy on his sister. Both boys were very excited to show off the newest member of the family to friends and family members.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great for kids to learn programming!- January 5, 2018
Bought this Robot for my daughter. It requires and app to work. My daughter is using an iPad. I teach programming and this tool is one of the best ways to expose young kids to technology and programming and robotics. These are the jobs of the future and so it’s good to get a jump start on it. You can program the robot to talk, make turns, shine lights, etc... I like to challenge my daughter with random courses throughout the house. For instance, I might say. I want to see the robot start at the front door, make its way to the kitchen, circle the island, flash it’s lights, and then return back to the front door and say hello. successfully programming tasks like this will require about 1-2 hours of work for a youngster (5-7). Older kids might complete sooner but I would add more advanced courses for them. This is all stuff you can do within your home. Again, this is a fantastic learning tool and should be a required course in elementary school. Hopefully one day that will happen!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.