Awesome Robotics Projects for Kids (Rockridge Press)
Friday, 20 December 2019

If you need something to keep kids happy over the holidays, this book is designed for young robot builders (ages 5 – 10). In these do-it-yourself robotics for kids projects author Bob Katovich teaches about science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) as readers assemble an amazing collection of real working robots! From scribblebots to two-legged walkers, this book start out simple and get more advanced as you go. Sounds like an ideal way to introduce robotics to kids. 

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Author: Bob Katovich
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Date: December 2019
Pages: 154
ISBN: 978-1641526760
Print: 1641526769
Kindle: B081G2MPF5
Audience: Kids or bored developers
Level: introductory
Category: Hardware platforms

 

  • 20 awesome projects―Rock the world of robotics for kids with nearly two-dozen different designs for bots that glow, draw, walk, climb, and more.
  • Full-color photos―Construction is easy thanks to clear directions and 200 step-by-step pictures that help you build your robot right.
  • Robots in the world―Chapters are divided based on the functions of robots, showing you how they can be used to help in your day-to-day life.

 

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