Meet Botley – The Code To Fun for Kids #BOTLEY – Enter to #Win one

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Getting kids involved in intricate details and learning coding early can be fun and have long-term rewards. Introducing them to great STEM toys like Botley is a great way to enthusiastically learn coding and have fun in the process. Read more about Botley here.


***The Giveaway***

1 winner will receive Botley!

Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends 04/28/18.

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries! Good luck!

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15 thoughts on “Meet Botley – The Code To Fun for Kids #BOTLEY – Enter to #Win one

  • Building blocks in anything with shapes and colors

  • My Granddaughter goes to a STEM School and she loves it. She just joined the Robot Club. I like to get her fun educational but problem-solving toys. Games, puzzles, building sets.

  • I love building toys, blocks, and puzzles, anything that promotes learning.

  • We love to build anything and everything, do lots of jiggsaw puzzles, memory games, sensory bin activities and flashcards.

  • I love to share open-ended toys which spark their imagination and creativity. Also love playing logic games & puzzles with my kids. Coding toys are very close to my heart as I was a software developer and it makes me feel so happy and amazed to see how my the little one understand the requirements and work on the logic like magic and accomplish the mission. Thank you the wonderful chance. Botley sure seems like loads of fun & learning through play.

  • We love games books and toys you build with.

  • We love to play memory games, number games and legos to follow directions while having fun.

  • I like stem relating items for my children. We have a build your own circuit kit and they love it!

  • games and books

  • What types of educational toys do you love sharing with your kids?
    Anything that makes them think. Kids spend way too much time in front of t.v.’s and computer screens. Although there are a tons of great educational computer games, nothing beats hands on, educational, family time games and toys.

  • My son actually loves robots! He has always taken his toys apart and put them back together! He also loves Lincoln logs and k’nex sticks!

  • Both of my nieces love books so I am always picking up new ones for them.

  • This is great! Looks like a lot of fun and the fact that it is educational is a big plus! I love that it would teach basic coding!

  • When my kids were small, we used flash cards for numbers and letters.

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