Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set

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Alan Turing, Ada Lovelace, Bill Gates… Do you know a budding coder who dreams to one day be just like them? They can get a head start with the award-winning Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set. This colourful early coding set gives children the chance to dive into primary concepts with Colby the robot mouse. They’ll program Colby to perform specific steps to race through a range of mazes and get that all-important cheese. More Details
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    Full Product Description

    The set includes:

    • 1 robot mouse
    • 1 cheese wedge
    • 30 coding cards
    • 16 maze grid pieces
    • 22 maze walls
    • 3 tunnels
    • 10 double-sided activity cards
    • Help a young coder take their first steps into programming with the Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set.


    age group

    5+ years

    battery info

    3x AAA (not included)

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    product dimensions

    32 x 41.4 x 7.6cm

    Suitable for

    Children and adults

    Customer Reviews

    Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Based on 1 review
    100%would recommend this product
    1 review
    • Jenny S.
      Verified Buyer
      I recommend this product
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      7 months ago
      Super product

      I bought this for my grandchildren and will expect to get years of play from it. The quality is excellent. My 4 year old grandson mastered the concept in minutes, but preferred to free play with it on our wooden floor. It will take him a little longer to work out the programming to follow the path of the tiles.

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