Poppin' Pictures Coding Pattern 197 pc STEM Activity Set

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Poppin' Pictures Coding Pattern 197 pc STEM Activity Set by Alex Toys is a fun activity set that breaks down images into sequences of symbols so kids can learn to create pictures using code. With the suction cup tool, they grab tiles and pop them into position on the grid according to their challenge card. It’s fun and fosters pre-coding skills like sequencing, problem-solving, and logical thinking! This learn to code toy from Educational Toys Planet includes robot board with storage, suction pen, 175 pixel tiles, 20 challenge cards and instructions. Recommended for children 4 years of age and older.

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  • SKU w-ax-890130
  • Manufacturer recommended age 4 years
  • Our recommended age 4 years, 5 years, 6 years, 7 years
  • Brand Alex Toys
  • Quantity available in stock 8
  • Dimensions of package 3" x 12" x 11"
  • Country of manufacture China
  • Manufacturer part number 890130
  • UPC 731346880130
  • ASIN B072JZQGKG
  • Positive Ratings 72%
  • Total Reviews 10

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  1. Total Reviews: 10
  2. Positive Ratings: 3.6 of 5
  1. Rating: 5 My son loves it by By A customer My son loves it. The little piece are a pain for clean up but it's worth it.
  2. Rating: 1 Not good by By A customer Suction cup did not work
  3. Rating: 4 overall fun and challenging by By A customer I bought this for my 5 year old daughter. As other reviewers have stated the pen is a little tricky. My daughter does have some fine motor delays so the pen is a little too challenging; we used it for awhile but also just used our fingers. I like that the pen is a little challenging as she really wants to use it so she is trying to hold it correctly and is persistent with it but I do wish it was slightly easier so it wasn't as frustrating. My 2&1/2 year old also had fun with it; I would tell her what color came next and where to put it. She was also challenged by the pen but this toy is for children older than her.The storage for the pieces was a bit disappointing. I couldn't get the pieces to fit into the holder (which is the mouth of the robot) so it would close and the card holder on the back doesn't keep the cards in if you pick up the toy and hold it upright. So I had to put everything into a zip lock.Overall I think it's a great toy that once they get the concept of matching the shape to the color is brain stimulating and fun. They also had fun just playing around and making their own designs. In fact I might get a second one as they kept fighting over the pen and the design they wanted to use.
  4. Rating: 4 User friendly to learn and play by By A customer School ordered it and kids loving it
  5. Rating: 4 Fun and instructive by By A customer Two girls age 8 and 9 have been have a lot of fun with this set. It has definitely spurred an interest in coding in one of them and she asked me to get a book on coding for girls for Christmas. It is something they don't need a lot of adult supervision to use so it is great for quiet time.
  6. Rating: 2 I got this as an add-on item. It will ... by By A customer I got this as an add-on item. It will be placed in the Toys for Tots box during the holidays. I was hoping to gift this to my niece, but it seems too basic for her. It appears to be a color by numbers toy that only has colored cubes to place in the specific slot. Nothing special.
  7. Rating: 4 but barely and kind of a pain (plus not super securely). by By A customer I'm not sure why this is considered a 'coding' kit. Essentially you get a card with some patterns on it, you copy those patterns to the plastic tray with the included colored squares and then you attempt to guess what it is. It's fairly simple but my kids ended up really liking it, and have pulled it out to do randomly which was a lot more than I expected for such a simple concept.The included tray does hold all the included squares, but barely and kind of a pain (plus not super securely).
  8. Rating: 4 he was able to finish 2 pictures pretty much by himself today by By A customer I got this for my son's 4th birthday. I knew it would be a bit beyond him at this time but I figured he could grow into it. He's only played with in a couple of times and other than needing a little help to find where he is on the grid and some occasional cues for attention, he was able to finish 2 pictures pretty much by himself today!My one pet peeve is the tile "pen" it comes with. It works when you read the directions and figure out how to do it, but it requires a high degree of coordination. Most kids less than 7 or 8 probably won't figure it out to be consistent with it. So I just told my son to dump it all onto the floor when he's done. That's a good enough work around for me, but he keeps picking it up and trying to use it unsuccessfully which kinda makes the whole thing more frustrating than it has to be.
  9. Rating: 5 Great for kids of many ages by By A customer Bought this for my super smart 5 year old son. He was bored with it but plays with it occasionally. However, my 10 year old daughter plays with it all the time.
  10. Rating: 3 Fun toy, poor design by By A customer My kids like this toy a lot. However it was missing pieces. (I opened and counted before we gave it to the kids.) Also the piece holder is poorly designed. Barely big enough to hold all the tiles and basically impossible for a kid to dig through while playing.