Learn Coding with Dot & Dash

Today, coding is a revered job skill. But tomorrow, the ability to code will be expected of nearly everyone. And like any language, coding is best learned while young. Give your kids a head start with Dot & Dash by Wonder Workshop develops toys for curious minds.

Children discover a world of creativity and fun with robots, Dash & Dot, who bring imaginations to life, create fun challenges, encourage problem solving, and multiply curiosity.

Dash & Dot are real robots that teach your kids to code while they play. Using our free apps and a compatible tablet or smartphone, kids learn to code while they make Dash sing, dance and navigate all around the house. Sensors on the robot mean they react to the environment around them, including your kids.

Dash and Dot robots come with five free (iOS, Android & Kindle compatible) apps for kids to connect with and explore. Wonder Workshop accessories from Dash’s Xylophone to Building Brick Connectors (including LEGO™) to the exciting ball Launcher bring endless creative possibilities, plus kids can involve their existing toys around the home into the fun!

Dot Coding RobotMeet Dot

Dot is the brains of a robot. Dot comes with several games you can play right out of the box, such as Magic Dot Ball, Dot of Music, and Light Sword. Using free apps Wonder and Blockly, you get to see how these games are created, and make over a hundred more of your own games. The apps come with puzzles to guide you through — no books or camps needed!

Meet Dash.

Dash is a real robot, charged and ready to play out of the box. Responding to voice, navigating objects, dancing, and singing, Dash is the robot you always dreamed of having. Use Wonder, Blockly, and other apps to create new behaviors for Dash — doing more with robotics than ever possible. No books or camps needed!


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