Mochi Robotics Kit is an education technology tool specially designed for children age from three to six years old to fight screen use device addiction in early childhood. It’s an educational tool where children can learn to program without a screen, the learning experience includes stories, hands-on coding, and a real-world programming environment. It’s a cool way to tackle the widening opportunity gap in access to high-quality STEM education. [Click Here to get more details about Mochi]
Mark Pavlyukovskyy, the CEO and founder of Mochi, has realized that nowadays kids are glued to the screen at earlier and earlier age, especially after Mark’s good friend Dr. Mihran Vardanyan has his third child. Teamed up with education industry veteran, Dario Zhao, these three people decided to design and create something just as stimulating as screen gadgets but completely screenless. This project should nourish children growing brains and curious hands, it needs to encourage children to become creators not just consumers.
Mochi Robotics Kit is an early childhood programming kit, encouraging children to learn the basics of coding and computational thinking throuh hands-on screen play. Through the combination of audio-visual feedback, songs, sounds, visuals, touch, and movement along educational story content, this robotic kit is believed to be able to engage children in self-directed play and guided learning. [Click Here to read more about Mochi Robotics Kit]
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