New Vendor Alert: Wonder Workshop!

We are excited to announce our newest vendor, Wonder Workshop! You can bring STEM to life in your classroom with these great, hands-on learning tools for grades K-5.

Who is Wonder Workshop?

Founders Vikas, Saurabh, and Mikal got together in 2012 with an exciting mission: they wanted to make coding fun for kids. They believe children learning to code is the best idea for their success in the 21st century, so they created two fun robots, Dash and Dot, to help!

photo_product_dot_2x_b8924f00-3d86-4a17-9279-a6bb2ac3cc75Who are Dash and Dot?

Dash is ready to play right out of the box.

“Responding to voice, navigating objects, dancing, and singing, Dash is the robot you always dreamed of having,” Wonder Workshop says. By using the free apps Wonder and Blockly, there’s even more you can do with Dash.

Wonder Workshop describes the Dot as “the brains.” Dot comes with games you can play right away. With the free apps Wonder and Blockly, you can see how the games are made and make your own gaphoto_product_dash_2x_4a931a39-26c3-49e6-a4a2-2e3971445ea5mes! There are puzzles to help guide you, so no books necessary.

Both robots have fun modifications you can add to them. The code-loving robots can be made into a bulldozer, launcher, or even a musical instrument.

AdoptAClassroom.org Teachers Save Big!

Now you can get Dash and Dot in your own classroom with your AdoptAClassroom.org funds. The best part is that all AdoptAClassroom.org orders from Wonder Workshop are 30% off the retail price! Interested? Look them up on the Teacher Dashboard and start your students’ coding adventures today.

Don’t have an account? Register here!

Check out Wonder Workshop’s Teacher Wiki for resources on how to get started.

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3 Responses to “New Vendor Alert: Wonder Workshop!”

  1. This is a great idea and resource for teachers, however, I was wondering if it would be available to a non-profit group as well. We have started a gadget club at our library, and run the program every week. We recently borrowed a Dash and Dot set from another facility, but could only use it for a couple of weeks. Our kids in the club were sad to see it go and we have been looking for a place to help us obtain these robots at a reduced price that would be more affordable for us. I am working with our gadget club coordinator on this and we are both researching our options. Thank you in advance for your response, information and assistance.

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