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mTiny

For early years to key stage 1 classrooms
Screen-free tangible programming
Tell stories and build up language skills

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Codey Rocky

A powerful robot designed for programming education, is suitable for children at 6 or above.

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Neuron

Neuron

A programmable electronic building block platform for STEAM education.
Age 6+

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mTiny

Tangible Programming

mTiny is an early education robot for children growing up in the digital age. Its Tap Pen Controller is a coding tool that exercises children’s logical thinking and problem-solving abilities. It brings computer programming into children’s real life, using coding cards and various themed map blocks to guide the child in exploring, perceiving, and creating through highly interactive, stimulating, and fun games. The continuously updated mTiny toolkit also fosters children’s interest in learning in math, English, music, and other subjects, and keeps them inspired.

 

Codey Rocky

Write your first line of code

Codey Rocky, a powerful robot designed for programming education, is suitable for children at 6 or above.

Playing with Codey Rocky and mBlock, a software supporting both blocked-based and Python programming, helps children enhance their logical thinking skills. Also, parents can encourage children to stretch their imagination and re-purpose their old toys with Codey Rocky.

Equipped with over 10 electronic modules, Codey Rocky is a capable teaching assistant for courses or workshops on electronics, programming and design.

Neuron

Get inspired!

Neuron is designed for children aged 6 years old or above. Whether it is used as a teaching aid for STEAM education or used to develop children’s creativity, Neuron is exactly what you are looking for.

For educators, considering the international awards that it won, Neuron is a tool that can be trusted.Teachers can use Neuron in creative programming classes and workshops, helping children develop skills in terms of logic, cooperation and communication through project-based learning.

For family users, Neuron could be a good choice as well. Using combinations of Neuron blocks, children create a variety of gadgets to enhance their hands-on abilities. Parents can join them when kids are building projects, as a way to spend more quality time together.