Robotix launches screen-free STEM toy

Indian company launches self-learning technology toy aimed at children aged three-to-eight years old


Robotix Learning Solutions, an Indian company which has adopted science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) based-learning, has launched its Taco Playbits self-learning toy.

According to Robotix, Taco Playbits leverages patented technology to offer children aged three-to-eight years old a screen-free toy while learning numeracy, literacy, collaborative learning and coding.

Robotix chairman Ramana Prasad said: "Taco Playbits – a magical screen-free coding toy – will help kids from the ages of three to eight learn their ABCs, play number games and make their own musical pieces, all through the process of playful learning.

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"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," he added.

Robotix outlined, "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 multilingual, 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 or visually impaired."

Taco Playbits was launched on Indiegogo, a crowdfunding platform with a total of $6,597 raised so far in funding, and will aim to be ready in time for the Christmas rush.

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