Discovery Kits: Botley 2.0

Computer coding and robotics -- Great way to introduce coding and challenging enough for older kids!

Botley 2.0 is a great robot to be used by a wide range of ages. It is so easy enough to code that kids as young as 4 years old can solve some of the challenges included in the Activity Guide. Also, since it is easy to use, older kids feel comfortable experimenting with it and increasing the difficulty in challenges

Botley the coding robot 2.0 is an educative, interactive, screen-free toy perfect for introducing kids between the ages of 5 – 8 to the basics of coding. With Botley 2.0, children can begin understanding coding concepts such as loops, if-then logic, and many more by playing several fun-filled interactive games.

Having fun with Botley is a great way to keep your kids engaged without having to worry about all the disadvantages that accompany prolonged screen time. Botley provides screen-free coding challenges for your kids to learn much needed coding skills.

Discovery Kits empower kids to see themselves as scientists, engineers, creators, and makers. Inspired by both STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and the Maker Movement, each Discover Kit includes a hands-on experience to encourage curiosity, learning, and experimentation.

Kit includes

  • 1 Botley 2.0 robot
  • Instruction booklet, 
  • 1 remote programmer,
  • 2 detachable robot arms,
  • 40 coding cards, 6 boards, 8 sticks, 12 cubes, 2 cones, 2 flags, 2 balls, 1 goal
  • 5 AAA batteries.
  • “Hello Ruby: adventures in coding” by Linda Liukas

Kit made possible through support of the  Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) – Region 4 and  Science Kits for Public Libraries (SKPL)

IEEE                 Science Kits for Public Libraries