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$29.99 - Kano Disney Frozen 2 Coding Kit Awaken The Elements. STEM Learning and Coding Toy for Kids [amazon.com]
  • Build a sensor – detect 3D hand motions. Powerful light beams. Learn how it works as you build. Tablet not included.
  • Play with frozen powers – make fractals, build Olaf, conjure an ice Palace.
  • Make your own stories – create rainbow snowflakes, fill the screen with mini svens, throw snowballs. Play with Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, Sven, as well as brand new Frozen 2 characters.
  • Most award-winning STEM company – coding for kids has never been this simple, playful, and powerful. The Kano system has won the red dot design award, German design award, innovation by design award, cannes gold Lion, and is fast company second most innovative company in consumer electronics (second only to Apple).
  • Share – the safest kids coding community. Share your creations and remix millions of others with the Disney Frozen Kano world community.
  • Satisfaction guaranteed - no coding skills necessary. Some reading skills required. 1 year Warranty. Recommended for ages 6+.
  • Compatibility info – works on recent iPads, Macs, windows 10 computers, fire 10 tablets, and selected other devices. Free companion app on the apple app store, Amazon app store, and Microsoft Store.


$29.99 - Kano Star Wars The Force Coding Kit - Explore The Force. STEM Learning and Coding Toy for Kids [amazon.com]
  • Build a sensor – detect 3D hand motions. Four powerful light beams. Learn how it works as you build. Tablet not included.
  • Play with force powers – Swing light sabers, force push Stormtroopers, pilot X-wings.
  • Make your own stories – make BB-8 fly, fill the Falcon with Porgs, levitate baby Yoda. Hundreds of characters, weapons, starships, and planets.
  • Make music – learn to code beats, melodies, sound effects, and music inspired by the films with this stem toy.
  • Most award-winning STEM company – coding for kids has never been this simple, playful, and powerful. The Kano system has won the red dot design award, German design award, innovation by design award, cannes gold Lion, and is fast company second most innovative company in consumer electronics (second only to Apple).
  • Share – the safest kids coding community. Share your creations and remix millions of others with the Star Wars Kano world community.
  • Satisfaction guaranteed - no coding skills necessary. Some reading skills required. 1 year Warranty. Recommended for ages 6+.
  • Compatibility info – works on recent iPads, Macs, windows 10 computers, fire 10 tablets, and selected other devices. Free companion app on the apple app store, Amazon app store, and Microsoft Store.


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Yeah, I don't want to say boy vs girl because it truly depends on the individual. I'm a mom and a programmer...something similar from radio shack around age eight is how I got into it. It was actually a gift to my brother he tossed aside. Just a basic hello world, clock program and went from there. I went into it with the hope of making my own video games which I was really bad at tbh. Probably every kid goes into it with that end goal.
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Just a matter of knowing your kid and their interests, regardless of sex. I'd get my older son STEM toys like this and he'd do the same as your daughter, play with it once, stick it on a shelf. My younger son, though, is way more into them.
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any slickdealer opinions on the kano thing?

i got my daughter some kano thing a while back, she never used it beyond when i forced her to
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Scratch Jr is very easy to learn...
We've got 1st graders on it learning basic commands.
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any slickdealer opinions on the kano thing?

i got my daughter some kano thing a while back, she never used it beyond when i forced her to
It definitely depends on the kid and their interests. My son loves things like this. I've found it goes better if we use it together. I'll just say I think age 8 tops on this. He's ten now so getting him a rasberry pi this year and going into it with project ideas that will specifically appeal to him. Kano has great "family projects" for younger kids.
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It definitely depends on the kid and their interests. My son loves things like this. I've found it goes better if we use it together. I'll just say I think age 8 tops on this. He's ten now so getting him a rasberry pi this year and going into it with project ideas that will specifically appeal to him. Kano has great "family projects" for younger kids.
my 9yo never really go into the kano light kid thing i bought her a while back, she was like 7 at the time, now almost 10.
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Scratch Jr is very easy to learn...
We've got 1st graders on it learning basic commands.
Totally agree with this! Lots of kids already using scratch at school. There's some great basic programming project books on amazon if your kid already has access to a computer and imo you want to help them. Even python for kids.
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Star Wars also on sale.
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my 9yo never really go into the kano light kid thing i bought her a while back, she was like 7 at the time, now almost 10.
Yeah, I don't want to say boy vs girl because it truly depends on the individual. I'm a mom and a programmer...something similar from radio shack around age eight is how I got into it. It was actually a gift to my brother he tossed aside. Just a basic hello world, clock program and went from there. I went into it with the hope of making my own video games which I was really bad at tbh. Probably every kid goes into it with that end goal.
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My son is 8 months old. Time to teach him Java
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Seems like a pretty basic sensor with some lights so its not really as "maker" as say the real Kano kit or the piper kit, but for kids just starting out its good. The catch with any of these kits is trying to guess where your kid is at since they will lose interest if its too hard or if its too easy.
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Easy there sparky. Javascript first, crawl then walk, etcetc
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This is bogus. Look at the reviews for both and they're from same users saying the same garbage but tweaked for the different versions.
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I feel so many of these girls STEM toys are forced upon us due to societal or even political pressure. We were constantly told girls need to learn to code, so I got my daughter a Disney Frozen STEM kit for her birthday. She only used it when I forced her to.
It ended up on her shelf, never to be touched again. She likes to draw ponies and do artistic things. I almost feel like the system is telling me that is bad for my daughter. My wife told me she would never have played with that when she was a kid and it would have been the equivalent to a pair of socks as a gift.

I guess this push to get girls to become coders is a big financial boom for many of these companies marketing toys to parents.
Just a matter of knowing your kid and their interests, regardless of sex. I'd get my older son STEM toys like this and he'd do the same as your daughter, play with it once, stick it on a shelf. My younger son, though, is way more into them.
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