Marbotic - Smart Kit for iPad & Samsung Tablets - Ages 3-5 - Interactive Wooden Numbers and Letters Set - Hands-on Educational Learning Games for Preschoolers - Homeschooling Tool for Reading & Math
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|Age Range (Description)||36 months to 72 months|
|Number of Pieces||36|
|Educational Objective||Learn to read, write and count|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||7.48 x 4.33 x 10.24 inches|
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- ENGAGING WAY TO LEARN - Marbotic provides an immersive, hands-on learning experience for preschoolers. Our award-winning interactive wooden toys and games transform your tablet into an educational tool for kids.
- LEARN LETTERS & NUMBERS - Our learning kit enables your child to learn how to read and count with ease. It contains 26 wooden uppercase letters and 10 numbers that are usable with our free apps.
- ACTIVE SCREENTIME - Our educational toys keep kids active as they can interact with our digital games using our wooden block toys. Preschoolers can also play with the wooden blocks without any screens.
- HOMESCHOOLING TOOL - Our educational toys are approved by teachers, and an excellent resource for parents looking to homeschool their children. They follow the Montessori principles and encourage independent learning.
- COMPATIBLE WITH IPAD & MOST SAMSUNG TABLETS (NOT INCLUDED) - Our kit is compatible with most iPads (except iPad 1) & most Samsung tablets. Our free apps are available in 8 languages: US and UK English, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Swedish & Danish.
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You are the battery
Marbotic toys require no battery, no wi-fi, no bluetooth. Your tablet's screen detects the wooden pieces thanks to the static electricity naturally present in our bodies.
Active screentime for hands and mind
A tool for today's kids, inspired by Montessori
Maria Montessori shared one of her biggest secrets with us: engaging our body in the learning process helps concentration and memory capacity. This is why we decided to combine beautiful wooden toys with interactive screens. With Marbotic, you get the best of both worlds: digital and traditional.
- Engages the body and mind in learning
- Inspired by the Montessori method
- Created with teachers and used in classrooms
- Progressive method for kids aged 3 to 7
- Reinforces autonomy and self-confidence
4 Smart Letters apps to play with letters and learn to read
Discover the alphabet
With 'Alphamonster', discover letters, their shapes and sounds.
Write your first words
With 'Bla Bla Box', write your own words and your tablet will read them.
Learn to read
With 'Lil Reader', enjoy the journey to the reading word.
Discover hundreds of word
With 'Vocabubble', discover more than 200 new words.
And 3 Smart Numbers apps to discover math
With '10 fingers', train numbers and quantity recognition.
Add and subtract easily
With 'More or less', understand how additions and subtractions work.
Read numbers up to 100
In 'Up to 100', you also learn the written form on the numbers.
Discover units and tens
Your child can learn the written form of numbers up to 100.
Play is the best way for a child to learn and develop their cognitive skills.
While your child is still young, you have the opportunity to feed their curiosity and hunger for learning. Introducing letters and numbers in a fun way will keep your little one excited to discover the joys of reading and counting at a young age.
It's easy to help your growing child discover more about the world of numbers, letters, colors, and shapes - you just need the right educational toy to bring out their enthusiasm in learning.
Give your child a happy head start in school with the Smart Kit from Marbotic.
Learning about numbers and the alphabet has never been this fun. This interactive educational toy opens up the world of letters and numbers to your child in an enjoyable, and engaging way. It comes with 10 number stampers and 26 letter stampers, and gives you access to our free downloadable apps available in different languages.
Make the most out of your child's screen time with this interactive toy. The wooden stampers interact with the app, creating a hands-on learning experience for your little one.
Designed for simplicity by education experts and teachers, this educational toy is all about exercising your child's mind and stimulating their desire for learning. To get started, just download one of our apps, stamp the wooden pieces on your device's screen, and start playing!
Need more time to make a decision? Here are more reasons to love this educational toy:
✅ Rubber pads on stampers to protect your device's screen from scratches
✅ Beautifully crafted
✅ No Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or additional batteries needed for play
✅ Playful learning on and off the screen
✅ Trains fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination
Make learning a fun and engaging experience for your child. Add the Smart Kit from Marbotic to your cart now!
For children 3+
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By Rae Downs on November 5, 2020
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The kids (just turned 4) love to 'stamp' the words, the easy level, and already know how to 'write' letters (the next level). Then come the words, for early 5 year olds or 'normal' 6 year olds.
Après test, certaines applications mériteraient d'avoir un didacticiel pour mieux les découvrir.
Je suis déçue par l'application de "lecture".
Je pensais qu'elle proposerait des syllabes à lire à l'enfant. C'est en fait l'inverse qui se passe. L'enfant place les lettres et l'application les décode.
Autre point, quand la batterie de la tablette commence à chuter, l'application rencontre des difficultés (les lettres ne sont plus reconnues, l'enfant a donc tendance à appuyer plus fort .... ce qui n'est pas très bon pour l'écran ...
Une bonne idée mais à perfectionner à mon avis.