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Monday, April 2, 2018

Botley The 100% Screen-Free Coding Learning Toy & Giveaway

 Coding helps children prepare for the future! Keep reading to discover and awesome giveaway.


         I received a sample from Learning Resources to facilitate this post.

  A few years ago most people did not know what the words Coding, STEM, or STEAM meant. These words are now huge in the educational system. My boys have taught me so much about Coding, STEM, and STEAM in the last few years. My boys have an advantage in the job fields by learning these items from their teacher. I have seen first hand how STEM and Coding have given my teen an advantage in getting scholarships and college preference. For the past four years, my teen has been building underwater robots, flying high altitude balloons and more in his JROTC unit at high school. His JROTC unit leaders have done a great job of helping my son decide to pursue a career in engineering. My son has a passion for Coding and STEM. My son recently won a huge National Navy ROTC scholarship that will pay for all of his college and I know that his Coding and STEM experiences had a huge part in him receiving this scholarship. My son was also accepted into the Merchant Marines Academy. It is wonderful that my son has two options to choose from. My son also received a 2018 New Mexico Excellence in STEM Award that came with a nice scholarship check. He was even interviewed by the news. As you can tell, I am one proud mom.


  Through all of my older son's experiences, I know that STEM (or STEAM as my younger boys gifted teacher likes to call it) and Coding are so important to start at an early age. To think what else my older son could accomplish if he had the Coding toys that are available today to young kids. One toy that I am excited about is Botley™ the Coding Robot! This cool robot makes coding a fun learning experience for kids as young as five years of age. This 100% screen free Coding robot is a toy that my younger boys are having fun with as well as learning at the same time. I am glad that Botley is preparing my boys for the future. Botley is ready to use right out of the box, 100% screen free and includes a 77-piece activity set.

        Let's Get Started!

Never coded before? No problem. I’m ready to use right out of the box and I will have your kids coding in minutes. I can be introduced to children as young as 5, but I grow with them as well – so we’ll have many fun years together!



           Endless Activities, Endless Fun

Coding cards, detachable arms, interactive obstacles, coding games and more – with my 77-pieces, there are endless hours of fun to be had. So, see what I can do because I’m always up for the challenge.



Screen-Free, Yipppeeee!

That’s right, you can learn to code and do it completely screen free – no phone or tablet required. I have an easy to use remote programmer, which transmits your commands and off I’ll go!


Look What I Can Do!

With my advanced features, I grow along with your kids' coding skills. Code me for up to 120 steps, loop me and program me to go around objects with my if/then logic. Turn on the black-line follow mode and set up a path for me to travel. And that’s not all – I even have hidden features to unlock!


Meet Botley



Now go check out how you can get this incredible toy!

https://www.amazon.com/Learning-Resources-Botley-Coding-Multicolor/dp/B077MRB9Z9/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1516637151&sr=8-3&keywords=botley /

Giveaway
I have a Botley The Coding Robot to giveaway to one lucky reader who supports STEM. Head on over to HERE to support STEM Education and to see how you can win $500 in educational toys for your school. Entering is easy and you don't have to sign up for anything. Then come back here and enter on the giveaway form below.


This giveaway is open to US residents 18 years of age or older.  Chances of winning this giveaway depend on the number of entries. All entries will be verified. The winner will be notified within 48 hours of the end of the contest and will then have 24 hours to respond to the email or a new winner will be chosen. Void where prohibited

66 comments:

  1. This looks like so much fun. My son is autistic and has a desire to learn coding but he needs to start with something basic and this looks like the perfect solution.

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    1. This would be perfect for him as it is simple to use.

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  2. I love anything thats not a tablet LOL. Like that these are learning toys and look sturdy for little hands too.

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  3. Wow, congratulations to your son! Outstanding job! Awesome robot to encourage kids to develop coding skills.

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  4. Wow! What an amazing "toy". We're beginning to hear more and more about coding, and i wish i knew more about it growing up. This would be a great gift for my younger siblings.

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  5. These toys are so cool! And congrats to your son. Well done!

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  6. This is a cute learning toy! Looks like Wall-E! And the color looks great as well, very motivating.

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  7. Congratulations on that scholarship. How cool is that. Wow I love that you can learn coding even without being on a computer.

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  8. As a teacher, I love this! I need to get one not just for my kids at home but for my students. I know they would enjoy playing around with it!

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  9. I took the pledge! That coding robot is fantastic; I really love that it is an easy tactile coding experience vs just staring at a screen.

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  10. Yes took the pledge for my daughter's school because it's low income. I think this would be an awesome deal for them to learn from this awesome toy!!

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  11. Yes I took it. I think stem is so important.

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  12. I took the pledge. Kids can really benefit!

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  13. I took the pledge for my daughters middle school

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  14. I took the pledge! Great idea!
    Ashley C
    Addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  15. I took the pledge! I have five children and all of them are especially interested STEM. This would keep them occupied for hours! What a neat little gadget!

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  16. I took the pledge and glad to support STEM learning

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  17. I took the pledge. I love any toy that is educational and keeps the boys off video games.

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  18. I took the pledge! I too think kids and families can benefit from these educational products.

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  19. I def took the pledge. Getting my daughter immersed in this as much as possible.

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  20. I took the pledge and nominated my daughter's school for the STEM prize.

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  21. I took the pledge and nominated my son's school.

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  22. I TOOK THE PLEDGE !! I WOULD LOVE IF MY SON'S SCHOOL COULD WIN :)

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  23. This is really great for kids to start young learning about coding. I did not take the pledge, I don't have children in school.

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  24. I did not take the pledge, my kids schools have stem and even multiple 3d printers so it should go to a school that really needs it.

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  25. I love these toys. My son is autistic and needs these kinds of toys for his development but they tend to be terribly expensive. Nice giveaway

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    1. I also took the pledge for a school I know provides services to children with disabilities

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  26. I took the pledge. This would be such a blessing to our ever-shrining school district. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  27. I did not take the pledge as my school district has STEM.

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  28. I took the pledge. STEM is so important and should be supported as much as possible!

    ellen beck

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  29. Follow on instagram as tannawings (sorry wasnt a box so commenting so you dont have to dig for it)
    ellen beck

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  30. WOULD LOVED TO USE THIS STDEM SYSTEM. PERFECT. THANK YOU

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  31. My grand son loves the coding toys. I took the pledge .

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  32. I took the "I support STEM Pledge"!

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  33. I took the pledge! What a wonderful thing and I love Learning Resources! Great educational toys.

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  34. I took the pledge. I have been trying to get my daughter more interested in stem.

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  35. I took the pledge, all three of my kids so interest

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  36. I took the pledge! My son would flip out, he's been wanting a new and exciting way to explore coding. Thanks for the chance.

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  37. I did not take the pledge as my school district has STEM.

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  38. Yes, I took the pledge, and totally support STEM, esp for girls!

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  39. I took the pledge. My son loves STEM.

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  40. My grandsons would love these.

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  41. I look the pledge for my sister-in-law who teaches Special Education classes.

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  42. I took the STEM pledge. Start them early and pique their curiosity.

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  43. I took the pledge for my son's school.

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  44. I took the pledge for my son's elementary school.

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  45. I have not yet taken the STEM pledge.

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  46. I took the pledge to support STEM.

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  47. I took the pledge to support STEM

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  48. I took the pledge to show my support and nominate a teacher and school, my former Home School teacher (made learning fun) to win your STEM prize!

    computertech2you (at) live (dot) com

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  49. Yes, I took the pledge for my daughters teacher/school.

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  50. Yes I took the pledge for my daughter in middle school!

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  51. I took the Pledge. My daughter's middle school has won SC State Science Olympiad for 16 years in a row!

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  52. While this instance is not quite like donating/giving away the toy, it is a good time to teach your child the skills of saving and recycling. teddyway

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  53. Thank you for taking the time to publish this information very useful! next

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