It’s not surprising to observe that kids know more about gadgets than their parents. They can quickly figure things out on their own with little guidance and supervision. A very effective way of inspiring children to learn new skills is to introduce them to educational toys and leverage their curiosity and fast learning capability.
Trueform offers innovative kids’ products that are educational and entertaining. This selection has been curated to ensure that kids, teens, and even adults will enjoy playing with them.
Square Off Chess Set isn’t like any ordinary chessboard. Powered by advanced robotics and AI features, the pieces move by themselves without anyone touching them. It is a really cool and fun toy!
The chessboard offers 20 difficulty levels, making it the perfect rival no matter how good the player is. Beginners will enjoy learning the basics, while masters will think twice about underestimating Square Off’s AI. Win or lose, the app lets players analyze their last gameplay and make improvements as they progress.
What if kids get bored playing against the AI? They can connect through Square Off’s mobile app and play with their friends, or anyone, anytime. They will feel like their virtual opponent is right in front of them as the board moves chess pieces according to the player’s online decisions.
Square Off has a sprawling community of over 24 million users around the world, so there will always be someone they can challenge to test their skills. Square Off makes playing Chess an out-of-this-world experience.
The Rosewood board has an elegant finish, and every piece of the chessboard is handcrafted. It uses Bluetooth LE to connect with a smartphone, so it’s power-efficient. A fully charged Square Off Chessboard can last up to 15 games (although this depends on how long each game is).
It can teach the basics of programming while letting kids’ imagination run free.
The Itty Bitty Buggy is a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) toy that cultivates logical thinking and introduces programming basics, making it the ideal toy for kids who are curious how robots work. It can be configured to follow voice commands, recognize color patterns, crawl, roll, traverse, shoot, dance, or pick up an item. It’s compatible with any LEGO piece, so there are virtually limitless possibilities in configuring the robot.
The Itty Bitty Buggy comes with 3 pre-programmed modes and 4 configurations for building a ladybug, a dodo, a sloth, and an alien. It is programmable in Arduino, Scratch, and Python, so kids can start their project after finishing those included in the package. Even AI enthusiasts can quickly prototype robotics applications!
The Itty Bitty Buggy can be controlled through Bluetooth using the Microduino mobile app that’s compatible with iOS and Android devices. It comes with a rechargeable battery and a hundred pieces of LEGO that can be combined to create an all-new robot.
Children who want to learn the basics of programming will love this innovative kids’ product. The Itty Bitty Buggy makes an excellent gift for boys, girls, and adults.
The Sphero BOLT is a programmable, robotic ball that teaches the basics of computer science.
The BOLT is made of durable, scratch-resistant plastic that’s also waterproof. Its spherical shape allows it to move freely in all directions. The animated display on its 8x8 LED matrix brings the BOLT to life.
The robotic ball is equipped with sensors for tracking speed, direction, and acceleration. It also has an infrared sensor for detecting the presence of other BOLTs in the vicinity.
The package includes an inductive charging base where the BOLT can rest and recharge after 2 hours of playtime.
The PowerUp Paper Airplane Kit provides a way for kids to experience how it feels to fly a plane.
The PowerUp 3.0 is a smartphone-controlled paper airplane. It first came out as a Kickstarter project, and it got more than $1.2 million in pledges – way past its target of $50,000.
The PowerUp 3.0 works by attaching the engine on any paper airplane and then flying it using the PowerUp app. Just turn the PowerUp 3.0 on, pair it with the smartphone app through Bluetooth, and it’s ready for takeoff!
You can pilot the plane using the mobile app and control its direction, throttle speed, and speed boost mid-flight. With the PowerUp 3.0, paper planes can reach a speed of up to 25 miles per hour.
The paper airplane can’t fly forever, so kids have to prepare for a crash landing. There’s no need to worry, though, because the PowerUp 3.0 is built to withstand crashes and tumbles.
The package comes with 4 sheets of printed templates, but it’s also possible to let kids design their own paper airplanes.
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Trueform is always expanding its selection of kids’ educational toys and bringing more groundbreaking products to the market. The innovative kids’ products Trueform are selling are sure to satisfy the curiosity of kids and their desire to learn. Parents won’t regret buying any one of these items for your children.