“No computer needed: The card-based board game Robot Turtles teaches programming principles with play modes for preschoolers, elementary school students and even adults. Young players are encouraged to figure out the rules as they go.”
Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.
The Think Fun Robot Turtles STEM Toy and Coding Board Game is a game that makes learning STEM (science, technology, engineering, and maths) subjects and coding easy and fun for children.
The game enables children above four years about the aspects of programming in a fun and demonstrative manner. The game is perfect for two to five players and has increasing difficulty levels (from Beginners to Advanced), setting up barriers and more complex scenarios with the increase in the difficulty level.
The box includes a large Game Board, 40 Tiles, 4 Jewel Tiles, 4 Robot Turtle Tiles, 4 Code Card Decks and instructions. The Think Fun Robot Turtles STEM Toy and Coding Board Game come with a precise and first-rate instruction manual, enabling you to begin your play immediately. The game allows children aged four and above write programs with playing cards. However, because it has small parts, it comes with a choking hazard warning making it unsuitable for children less than three years.
The toy and board game has numerous awards in its kitty including ASTRA Best Toys for Kids, Scholastic Instructor Magazine Teachers’ Pick Award, and Major Fun Award. The game is featured in TechCrunch, Bloomberg, New York Times, NPR, and many more publications.
The toy and board game renders a great learning experience in which players learn important aspects of programming principles in a fun and demonstrative manner. The game is inspired by the Logo programming language.