mTiny

$215.89

Early childhood education robot

mTiny is an early education robot for children growing up in the digital age. Its Tap Pen Controller is a coding tool that exercises children’s logical thinking and problem-solving abilities. It brings computer programming into children’s real life, using coding cards and various themed map blocks to guide the child in exploring, perceiving, and creating through highly interactive, stimulating, and fun games. The continuously updated mTiny toolkit also fosters children’s interest in learning in math, English, music, and other subjects, and keeps them inspired.

 

A scientific approach to early childhood education

Gardner’s multiple intelligence theory underpins the pedagogy behind mTiny. mTiny provides a multi-sensory experience for children to engage in problem solving processes and computational thinking.


Courses and Curriculum

Developing Early Literacy and Numeracy through Tangible Programming has been developed for Makeblock’s first screen-free robot, mTiny. This curriculum guide has been designed to help educators learn, plan, and implement joyful robotics activities in early years settings. This guide is suitable for educators with or without experience of programming or computer science. It is adaptable, flexible, and easy to use. The guide not only explains some of the basic programming concepts but also offers example learning activities to facilitate your learning and teaching.

Fostering computational thinking through play based learning

Tap and read coding cards – mTiny receives instructions and starts moving – mTiny identifies and responds to the interactive map. The innovative tap-to-code interaction system and interesting storybook drive kids’ interest in learning.

Cross-curricular content shapes divergent thinking

Fun games and playful interactions spark children’s interest in coding, music, etc., and hehelp them solve practical problems through a cross-curricular approach to develop divergent thinking. Lays the foundations for children to easily understand block-based programming.

Screen free operation makes every game engaging

With no need to use mobile phones or tablet PCs, mTiny lowers the threshold of coding for children and protects their eyes from screen-induced damage. The physical tap pen controller, cards, and maps free children from Internet and video game distractions, and fully engage their senses in the process of exploration and learning.

mTiny is an early education robot for children growing up in the digital age. Its Tap Pen Controller is a coding tool that exercises children’s logical thinking and problem-solving abilities. It brings computer programming into children’s real life, using coding cards and various themed map blocks to guide the child in exploring, perceiving, and creating through highly interactive, stimulating, and fun games. The continuously updated mTiny toolkit also fosters children’s interest in learning in math, English, music, and other subjects, and keeps them inspired.

 

A scientific approach to early childhood education

Gardner’s multiple intelligence theory underpins the pedagogy behind mTiny. mTiny provides a multi-sensory experience for children to engage in problem solving processes and computational thinking.


Courses and Curriculum

Developing Early Literacy and Numeracy through Tangible Programming has been developed for Makeblock’s first screen-free robot, mTiny. This curriculum guide has been designed to help educators learn, plan, and implement joyful robotics activities in early years settings. This guide is suitable for educators with or without experience of programming or computer science. It is adaptable, flexible, and easy to use. The guide not only explains some of the basic programming concepts but also offers example learning activities to facilitate your learning and teaching.

Fostering computational thinking through play based learning

Tap and read coding cards – mTiny receives instructions and starts moving – mTiny identifies and responds to the interactive map. The innovative tap-to-code interaction system and interesting storybook drive kids’ interest in learning.


Cross-curricular content shapes divergent thinking

Fun games and playful interactions spark children’s interest in coding, music, etc., and hehelp them solve practical problems through a cross-curricular approach to develop divergent thinking. Lays the foundations for children to easily understand block-based programming.

Screen free operation makes every game engaging

With no need to use mobile phones or tablet PCs, mTiny lowers the threshold of coding for children and protects their eyes from screen-induced damage. The physical tap pen controller, cards, and maps free children from Internet and video game distractions, and fully engage their senses in the process of exploration and learning.

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