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Your Child's First Coding Toy
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Meet QuestBots

Your Child's First Coding Toy

Get an introduction to controlling a robot, draw shapes, letters and emojis, move your QuestBot and do math.

With QuestBotics anyone can become a roboticist and build the future of their dreams....

Arithmetic

Arithmetic Qubes will help you add more math

Make the robot move, draw shapes and letters or even make decisions like a regular computer program, all while learning important math including negative numbers, data, advanced data, rounding, number zero, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and many more arithmetic concepts.

 

Geometry Qubes

Make the robot move, draw shapes and letters or even make decisions like a regular computer

Geometry Qubes will help you to learn angles, degrees, types of triangles, parallelogram, parallel and vertical lines, texture and patterns, add many more math.

Programming

These Qubes will help you learn programming skills that all programmers use

With these Qubes you will learn data, logic flow, conditionals, If/Else statements, while loops, nesting, and many more programming skills.

 

Special Qubes

With these Special Qubes you can:

  • Debug your code easily
  • Make curved lines
  • Change the eyes of your QuestBot
  • Create a Function of up to 24 Qubes that can be used by placing one Function Qube on your Quest Controller

 

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$199.99

What Educators Say

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“I have seen the great potential for a teaching tool to learn about technology, robotics, an hardware, as well as the potential to connect these areas to other science curriculum. And, as a plus, the students really enjoyed it! I feel that this product would be useful at each grade level in different capacities. I can clearly see the curriculum scaffolding built into Questies.”

Terri Pollock — Science Teacher at Blue Mountain Elementary

“I have seen the great potential for a teaching tool to learn about technology, robotics, an hardware, as well as the potential to connect these areas to other science curriculum. And, as a plus, the students really enjoyed it! I feel that this product would be useful at each grade level in different capacities. I can clearly see the curriculum scaffolding built into Questies.”

Terri Pollock — Science Teacher at Blue Mountain Elementary

“I have seen the great potential for a teaching tool to learn about technology, robotics, an hardware, as well as the potential to connect these areas to other science curriculum. And, as a plus, the students really enjoyed it! I feel that this product would be useful at each grade level in different capacities. I can clearly see the curriculum scaffolding built into Questies.”

Terri Pollock — Science Teacher at Blue Mountain Elementary

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“Anyone committed to high-quality early childhood education will be interested in Questies. This is the type of technology we are looking for.”

Luli Schrepferman — Education, Wild Plum Center

“Anyone committed to high-quality early childhood education will be interested in Questies. This is the type of technology we are looking for.”

Luli Schrepferman — Education, Wild Plum Center

“Anyone committed to high-quality early childhood education will be interested in Questies. This is the type of technology we are looking for.”

Luli Schrepferman — Education, Wild Plum Center

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“As a parent and educator at the university level…I believe QuestBots have the ability to inspire and teach young students so they might become an educated science citizen, or our next astronaut!”

Brian Sanders — Deputy Director of Colorado Space Grant Consortium

“As a parent and educator at the university level…I believe QuestBots have the ability to inspire and teach young students so they might become an educated science citizen, or our next astronaut!”

Brian Sanders — Deputy Director of Colorado Space Grant Consortium

“As a parent and educator at the university level…I believe QuestBots have the ability to inspire and teach young students so they might become an educated science citizen, or our next astronaut!”

Brian Sanders — Deputy Director of Colorado Space Grant Consortium

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