Robotix announces the global launch of Taco Playbits on Indiegogo Crowdfunding platform
Taco Playbits is a tangible coding, screen-free and self-learning STEM toy for kids ages 3 to 8
Taco Playbits, a smart connected toy, helps young kids to build critical 21st century skills such as numeracy, literacy, collaborative learning, coding and more, all through a hands-on and magical learning process. It is comprised of screen-free ‘Wand’ and ‘tags’ that utilize patented technology to inspire kids to have fun through imaginative play. Simply touch the tags with the Wand to play music, solve number games, learn English and much more.
Taco Playbits is designed with everyone in mind. Parents and educators may record their own questions in their language of choice to provide additional unique challenges. It is multi-lingual, so kids can play and learn in any language or accent. It is also braille compatible to enable self-learning for children who are blind and visually impaired.
“Taco Playbits – loved by kids, trusted by parents. Parents are looking for new ways to help their kids learn through play and want to keep their kids away from screen-based devices. Introducing Taco Playbits – A Magical Screen-free Coding toy that will help kids from the ages of 3 to 8 learn their ABCs, play number games, and make their own musical pieces all through the process of playful learning. Parents will love the way Taco Playbits is a self-learning STEM toy that encourages children at their own pace to build their literacy and numeracy skills while engaging them in fun games and challenges,” said Mr. Ramana Prasad | Chairman, Robotix Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Taco Playbits will be available on Indiegogo starting at [USD 49] with products estimated to ship in November 2018 in time for Christmas.
Robotix was founded in 2010 to give children playful and powerful learning experiences that make learning fun and empowering them with 21st century skills. With many years of experience teaching STEM, robotics and coding in K-12 schools, Robotix in 2015, launched Phiro Educational Robotic toy, which was successfully funded on Kickstarter and Phiro has been recognized by Intel as one of ‘America’s Greatest Makers’.