Kids Can Learn Tech the Fun Way with These Robot Kits, On Sale Now

By That's, October 4, 2018

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Innovation can be learned, and your child can begin early with a robot kit from Jimu. Each kit contains building blocks, along with a motor and an ultrasonic sensor for detecting objects. An app allows your child to program and control the robot’s actions. Jimu blends science, technology, engineering and mathematics — otherwise known as the STEM fields — into one complete package. 

Here are a few Jimu robots on sale right now over at thMart

Jimu Robot AstroBot Kit

RMB1,699 | (Was RMB1,999, now 15% off)

Kids Can Learn Tech the Fun Way with These Robot Kits, On Sale Now

Remember when the Mars rover was all the rage? Now your child can join in the excitement of space exploration with Astrobot. This little robot comes alive with colourful LED lights and 12 expressions fit for every situation. Play with your child and share your work with others in the Jimu community.

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Jimu Robot BuilderBots Kit

RMB1,099 | (Was RMB1,599, now 31% off)

Kids Can Learn Tech the Fun Way with These Robot Kits, On Sale Now

Hands-on learning is crucial, and these builderbots are here to help. Each builderbot introduces engineering in a fun, interactive way. Your child will learn the basics of coordination as they program the robot to do basic tasks, such as navigating obstacles or picking up objects. 

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Jimu Robot BuilderBots Kit (Kaka and Kali Set)

RMB699 | (Was RMB799, now 13% off)

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Education begins with play, so get your child learning with builderbots. These cute little robots (nicknamed 'Kaka' and Kali') can navigate obstacles and pick up objects, ensuring your child will never bored. They also come with emotions. Builderbots are a fun and interactive way to learn problem solving through play.

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