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Dash and Dot, the Robots That Do More than Just Bump into the Walls (Deal of the Day)

Sometime while you weren’t looking, the future arrived, and it’s no longer enough for action toys to just move around. If you’re shopping for a tot under the age of, say, ten, you need to think bigger: You need to think robots. And if you really want to up your gift-giving game, you need to think robots that teach kids to code.

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Take. for example, Dash (shown) and Dot. These toys come with all sorts of robotic capabilities right out of the box. But kids can also make them do all kinds of other stuff, just by learning a few simple commands and programming those into the toys. In the process, kids begin to learn the basics of coding. And that means that, when those kids grow up (or maybe just get to middle school), they’ll be ready to build robots of their own.

To help ensure that it’s your kids who are building our future, I got you a deal on Dash and Dot: Go to Wonder Workshop, choose the robot you want for your young overlord, then at checkout use the code WONDER10 to get $10 off Dash or NOVFUN to get $10 off the Dash & Dot pack.