Education Resources Terms of Use

Education Resources Terms of Use On Makeblock Education Website, the educational resources with in the text means these teaching resources have been released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You are free to: Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially. Under the following terms: Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use….

Program Robot with no software installed Only mLink required

In August of this year, we rolled out mBlock Web (https://ide.makeblock.com) And we are quite delighted to see that more and more users are using mBlock as a learning tool. Compared with mBlock PC, mBlock Web is born with some strengths:No software installation required, for instance. You can program directly in a Web browser. This means that all you need is a computer if you are to use mBlock Web.

Why you’ll love it: The Makeblock Neuron Explorer Kit is equal parts physical building and basic coding, so young makers gain a breadth of experience.

  Before you code any of the projects you’ve built using the Makeblock Neuron Explorer Kit, you have to, y’know, build them. This involves everything from the complex folding of cardboard to make the frame, keys, and hammers of a piano to assembling a rover’s wheels complete with rubber treading to building a guitar in which color-coded alligator clips stand in for strings and for which your own body will become an electrical conductor. The construction phase of the Explorer Kit challenges requires logic, spatial reasoning, and, in some cases for a five-year-old, mom or dad. Though actually, my son constructed much of…

Professional Educators’ Assessment of mBlock (Beta.3.1 Version)

Based on Scratch 3.0, mBlock is a programming software tool designed mainly for STEAM education. mBlock helps kids easily learn how to program without using new kids programming language. With this software, children can write programs and interact with different hardware. Besides, they can also get familiar with AI, the most fundamental new technology for the 21st century. In this article, we talk about the basic features of this programming software. Then, we’ll describe the assessment of mBlock by professional teachers. Main features of mBlock Block-based programming software based on Scratch 3.0 mBlock is a block-based programming software based on…

Playing with Colored Blocks is a Fun Way for Kids to Learn Programming

Coding robots for kids: mBlock makes learning a programming language fun and effective. Instead of having children type out all the codes, mBlock contains blocks of code that can be dragged and dropped into the script. Kids can focus on what they need to from the start—logic and creative thinking. mBlock’s colorful and modularized drag-and-drop graphical blocks make it easy for novice users to program Makeblock’s coding robot without worrying about tricky syntax. Moreover, they can see the result of their progress instantly#Coding robots for kids#. Once your kids have progressed from beginner to intermediate skills in coding, they should…

The Hero of Today: A 6-year-old Programmer

The Hero of Today: A 6-year-old Programmer Profile for a Superb Cutie Name: Wang Binghao Nickname: Qiu Qiu Age: 6 Skills: Programming, Soccer, Chess, Spanish, etc Location: Metro Detroit, Michigan, USA Here is a question for you: At the age of 6, what were you doing? For kids at this age in China, what they are playing is just the online game Honor of King. However, Qiu Qiu, a 6-year-old kid, has already embarked on his journey with new robot toy. Actually, it only took him a few months to figure out how to program independently and to accomplish several…