What is it
Following the success of the award-winning Botley, Botley® 2.0 is packed with advanced features for even more coding fun! Use the new ergonomically designed and colour-coded gaming style remote to programme a sequence of up to 150 steps in six different directions, navigate obstacles with an advanced object detection function and even make Botley® 2.0 dance!
Whether your child is a first-time or experienced coder, they will continue to be captivated as they unlock hidden features and learn cool coding tricks such as turn Botley® 2.0 into a ghost, police car and many more!
The next-generation coding robot and activity set from Learning Resources is easy to use and offers multiple fun ways to code! Ideal for little learners as y…
What our team of testers said
"I love the secret codes." - Girl aged 8
"I like setting up the maze for it to move around." - Girl aged 5
- Develops logical thinking and planning skills
- Great for teaching children about coding and programming
- Encourages children to communicate and work together
What our experts think
The cute and engaging Botley® is the perfect way of introducing children to coding and programming, as they work out how to plan the robot’s route and solve problems along the way. Our testers found it easy to learn how to use, with the cards great for helping to plan where Botley® will go and teaching key programming instructions such as sequence, selection and repetition.
Equipping children with skills in STEM at a young age builds their confidence and helps them to develop towards more advanced coding challenges – in turn challenging their creativity and communication skills. Playing the suggested games was also great fun – parents loved how the children didn’t even realise how much they were learning whilst playing.
- RRP: £85.00
- Brands: Learning Resources
- Battery Operated
- Toy Types: Electronic Toys
- Types of skills developed: Coding
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Computing and Technology
Fine motor skills
Logic, strategy & problem solving
Memory, concentration & attention
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Speech, language and communication skills
Teamwork, turn taking & sharing
Understanding the world