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Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+ Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+ Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+ Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+ Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+

Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+

Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+ Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+ Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+ Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+ Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+
$ 42.99

Score By Feature

Based on 2,038 ratings
User interface
6.27
Value for money
5.96
Giftable
5.86
Accuracy
5.76
Easy to use
5.54

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Product Description

RETIE 3000 has been a leading coding robot for kids for over ten years. He allows children to design code and Artie 3000 illustrates it! Beginning coders can start coding right away because preprogrammed designs are available
TAKE ACTION NOW AND UPDATE YOUR SOFTWARE! The Artie 3000 firmware recently has been updated, so you can download the update on Artie's website. If you are still experiencing problems, you can contact Artie on his
SETUP IS QUICK AND EASY! It runs on 4 AA batteries (not included), and thanks to its built-in WiFi server capabilities, it does not need a connection to the internet. The tablet or computer you will need to control Artie (not included) is not provided.
START CODING WITH ARITIES SIMPLE SETUP AND PRE-PROGRAMMED DESIGNS (visit Artie's website for more codes to expand your skills), to learn Drag & Drop, Point & Click, Blockly, Snap, and Remote Control! Coding languages such as C++, Python and JavaScript are available.
What is included in the price? There is an Artie 3000 robot, four washable marker, a quick start guide, and four Moreover, Artie offers kids coding apps for advanced coding as well as pre-coded designs. The device requires four AA batteries, which are To find new coding downloads, make sure to check out Artie's website
We promise to keep your information safe and secure. It is not necessary to have an internet connection to use You can control Artie using any device such as a tablet, computer, or smartphone with his WiFi server built in. Data of any kind is not collected by Artie.
A perfect fit for the classroom or at home, Artie is an excellent educational tool! The Artie Activity offers great entertainment and learning for kids at home and in the classroom, while keeping kids engaged and entertained. With Artie's built-in WiFi, young coders can connect their device (not included) and learn to code with Drag & Drop, and young programmers can continue to expand their knowledge using

Questions & Answers

Do you have a Kindle that works with this?

The Artie 3000 works with the standard Kindle Fire. However, the safety features of the Kindle Fire for Kids cannot be accessed with the WiFi of the Kindle Fire for Kids.

What kinds of markers can you use on it, and can it be used with dry erase?

My son Artie and I used the skinny dry erase markers on a dry erase board. I'm very happy with the results! Despite the fact that the wheels leave marks because the ink stays wet longer than on paper, it's still a cool concept.

Could you please tell me how I can use this with the Amazon Fire for Kids?

the Amazon Fire is the only tablet that Artie is not able to work with due to its security settings.

A local business. There is a problem with com. There was a problem finding the server ip address. On this day, it is Christmas. Would you please provide me with some assistance?

If you have questions about anything techy, we have some tips to share. Close down your tablet completely for about a minute and restart it After your tablet is back on, turn on Artie's WiFi and have your tablet connect to it. Here's what you need to do! We are here to help if you have any questions or problems, so you can contact us at [email protected] The company.

Selected User Reviews For Educational Insights Artie 3000 The Coding Robot: Drawing Robot, Homeschool or Classroom, Ages 7+

I was not prepared for the level of sophistication
4/5

My kids were not the first to see this. I tweaked it a bit afterward. With all its capabilities, it offers a lot. If you're having trouble adjusting your drawing, you can find a lot of assistance on the simulator. When you are connected, it is simple and reliable. Sometimes you need to refresh your connection, but once you are connected, it is simple and reliable. br>The kids like to put the pretzels in the oven Make him run with coding or just let him have It's hard to tell where this is going. Rather than 7, I would say the age is at least 10 and up. There is a way to make it work for kids. You should if you don't Watch them as they will drive it right off the page and all over the table and the floor. Some of our products are written in Java script at my company some of our code is custom. The coding part of it I haven't completely studied, but based on what me and my friends found, it is legitimate. I don't think my kids are ready for that (oldest is nine).
I have a few peeves about how hard it is to switch the markers and that the instructions say to replace the batteries if you experience any difficulties. You need to have very strong batteries if you want that to work. **Update** Rechargeable batteries do make a difference, as well as holding or taping the corners of the paper to.

Eduardo Strickland
Eduardo Strickland
| Sep 05, 2020
It is an adorable robot, but it is able to code very well
5/5

The early 80s were the time when my father became a computer programmer, so I have grown up around computers It was difficult to persuade him about this little robot, but he was intrigued nonetheless. He turned out to be extremely knowledgeable and he was able to help my children (ages 10, 8, 5 and 4) set it up and go. The first thing that comes to mind is how adorable Artie is While it is not necessary to function, it is certainly worth mentioning. My 8 year old father had no problem setting it up, and although we didn't need the quick setup video tutorial, it clearly defines the steps to the point that a child of that age could have done it. It wasn't too difficult to unscrew the battery compartment, which was the most difficult part. Additionally, I really appreciate the fact that despite the fact that he comes with a few felt tip markers, we can use almost any without worrying about the cost of specialized markers or the risk that the product will be discontinued. My appreciation for the flexibility goes beyond counting. I have had to deal with this on more occasions than I can count. When Artie is put to the test, you will see that it offers powerful commands, which you will appreciate when you see what Artie can accomplish. The combination of coding with creativity has been very appealing to me as an artist as well as to my 4 children as an addition to our educational toys. My older daughters were amazed at how much they already knew from their school STEM activities and Maker Space, and the younger kids had no problem picking up the coding concepts. I had no idea how much we would love this little guy. He's a great addition to our family computer and homework area, and we can take him anywhere we go.

Kamryn Long
Kamryn Long
| Jul 24, 2020
The robot is a great little coding device
5/5

It's a no-brainer It still works great) only cons are the following A line may not have been drawn perfectly (it may be that it was done by user error or that we needed to tape down the paper).

Didn't move away from drawing after complete, so you have to pick him up. I don't think it's a huge con, except that it would be nice if after the program ran there were a back up or move on option that would show the creations. It was particularly fun to use with my 7 , 10, and 12 yr old children, but my 12 yr old is still looking at scratch code and basic coding options, so it's not just a toy to play with.

Louis CONNOLLY
Louis CONNOLLY
| Jun 22, 2021
An automated robot that can both code and draw
4/5

Drawing robot Arrtie 3000 can code and draw at the same time. A set of setup instructions, 4 markers, a marker aligner and 3 activity sheets are included. In order to run the coding interface, he needs four AA batteries and a computer or tablet. There is a compartment on top of his head where you place the marker. The plastic circular piece you use to guide how far to insert the marker serves as a guide. A piece of paper should be placed on the The paper needs to be taped on the corners so that it will not slide when Artie runs. *The toy is recommended for ages We had to give our 10 year old help with our 6 year We were able to teach our 10-year-old to code and run the program without much hassle. After connecting to Artie in iPad Air, we went to the coding interface to get started. Our coding interface and Artie can be a bit quirky at times, so we had to retry a few times. On the interface for tablets as well as on the Educational Insight website, these programs are available. It is possible to test out your code before running Artie on the interface via the stimulator mode. Artie was able to draw shapes, patterns, mazes, letters, and numbers with our kids. Despite its limitations, this is a great toy to learn coding and make art with. Kids will be amazed at the end result which can be seen with their own hands. It would be helpful to give Artie the ability to retract the marker while he's waiting for instructions to code. The paper becomes covered in a big blob of ink (dot) while he is in the waiting If the kids decide to run the code on the tablet, you can tilt him on his side and put him upright when they are ready to do so.

Claire Roach
Claire Roach
| May 08, 2021
Play with a toy that engages your left and right brains at the same time! That is such an awesome thing! The robot is going to be a lot of fun to play with for my nephews
5/5

They are able to use both the left side of their brains (problem-solving and math) and the right side (art and design) of their brains through the combination of art and code! Originally I was going to create a maze, but I just started with one of my first projects. It is extremely useful for someone who is just beginning to code a procedure to be introduced to the basics. In all of the supported languages, it would be great if there were the same sample projects. Artie's simulator made it possible for me to see what would happen before I sent it to her. Setup and start of Artie were very straightforward, it took 10 minutes to reach the maze in the drawing after opening the package. I think that the nephews and nieces are going to have a lot of fun learning to code with this, and I hope they will develop the necessary skills that will help them in STEM careers in the future.

Kelvin McGee
Kelvin McGee
| Jul 19, 2020

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