This is a reproduction of an article TechyKids Founder, Sharon Marzouk had authored for Robohub on October/3/2013 With a background in mechanical engineering and an interest in design, engineering and working with kids, I happened into robotics education – and now I’ve been happily teaching and involved for five years. I started out teaching Lego Mindstorms […]
Visit us at @ Our Booth! Come to our Talk! Friday, Saturday & Sunday May 18-20 LOCATION: Zone 3 in Fiesta: Main Room What’s New? The TechyKids Learning System for Home and Schools! Come to our booth and/or talk and see how you can start learning with TechyKids! We’ll be at Maker Faire, will you? Maker Faire […]
TechyKids made a visit to Chester High School with an invitation from their Science teacher, Ms. Goldstein. Chester High school is a Title I school, and many of their students are on free or reduced lunch. After learning with the Thymio robot and TechyKids, the high school students showed high engagement and a strong interest […]
Recently I woke up to a Facebook post that went viral with 15,000 shares about a 10 year old who applied for a Paris Innovation fellowship with a project she had made with the Thymio Robot and TinkerCAD. It was an unusual application “amidst mostly computer science Phds and seasoned urban designers”, says the Founding […]
Now- to unlock the key ingredients so the kids you love in your life can also get ahold of this special recipe… For starters, I have found that the Thymio Robot along with Autodesk’s TinkerCAD and RobotMagic- a brand new technology that allows kids to program robots in a web browser are the best tools. […]
Spot is a nice dog who doesn’t need anything but family. 🙂
The narwal cat 500 likes to swim with the dolphins in the atlantic ocean. It also does NOT like to get slapped on top of its head. If it DOES get slapped then it turns bright red on the bottom of its body and neon green on the top.
This project is for kids who want to learn where places are in the world. It’s also for teachers if they struggle to teach their students geography. This is a fun way for students to learn.
Introducing The Happy 4th Bot It will go forwards, backwards, left, and right. It will also change colors, play firework sounds, and play the National Anthem.
This is Snail-O. He loves to play with his Best friend, Slimeacus. He also loves to eat leaves but not flowers. He is a thymio robot you can buy one today on this website. He is programmed by aseba stuios which is a free download.