ROBOTIS DREAM 2.0 Level 1 Kit
Now you can expand your child’s interest in science or construction with ROBOTIS DREAM 2.0 Level 1. Using solid documentation, the twelve-week entry-level robotics curriculum includes an easy-to-understand workbook with clear pictures and text, plus thought-provoking questions that will guide your child through a simple introduction to robotics.
ROBOTIS DREAM 2.0 Level 1 looks at the principles and theories of electricity, the center of gravity, the understanding of power, and the walking mechanisms of both of biped and quadruped robots through lessons reinforcing science, technology, engineering, and math. Your child will have multiple opportunities to design and build his own robots using a geared motor for independent movement – no programming required. Robotis Dream includes a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery. For ages 7+.
- ROBOTIS DREAM 2.0 Level 1 is an easy entry level robotics kit for learning and teaching the basics of robotics.
- Learn about robotics movements and their scientific principles such as the center of gravity, force, etc.
- Teaches the principles of biped and quadruped robotics.
- 12 chapters and 12 example robots with instructions on assembly, scientific principles and problem solving.
Made In: Korea
Age: 7 +
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Oaxacaborn
”Students don’t just build the robot, they’re also are invited to think about why the resulting robot behaves the way it does.”Read the Review
review by Homework and Horseplay
”...I highly recommend this kit. It is a great starting point with an in-depth look at what robotics is all about!”Read the Review
I bought this as a supplement for my 4th grade son who LOVES legos! This was a bit of a challenge for him, which was nice to see.
It's a great hands on addition to our major curriculum. My son loves it!
This is a fun stem kit. My boys love to build things so this is a great fit for them.
My son was so excited to get these for his 4th grade year. He has really enjoyed building the models. The parts are MUCH smaller than the Robotis Pets set, and much more challenging to build. Overall, they are his favorite part of his curriculum this year.
This kit has been great for my children. They are able to independently build the robots and are proud of their accomplishments. There are questions in the workbook that my children skip over, so I go back over them after the build to answer and add comprehension/critical thinking. We are very impressed!