- Engages motor skills
- Encourages perception skills
- Practices problem solving
- Partakes in creative play
Solar Robot Toys introduces children into the process of building a solar powered toy robot that can be designed and transformed into different styles. Doing this engages in motor skill improvement alongside the practice in perception skills, creative play and problem solving. All these educative attributes introduce children into STEM based skills that can interest them later in the future in STEM based education.
Since the Education Solar Robot Toys comes in dozens of pieces, children must follow instructions to be accomplish a robot design, with its various options available. This can engage firstly in the practice in their motor skill capabilities by using hand-eye coordination while building the robot piece by piece. Although instructions can be clear about what must be done, sometimes it can be possible to get stuck on a step. Problem solving is needed to understand and think about how each piece can be connected within the confines of the instructions. This also connects to perception skills by determining which piece connects to each other.
Keeping everything organized through play is also an essential skill that can create healthy cleaning habits for children. It is important to not lose pieces while playing, meaning that keeping everything in one place for accessibility can be applied to cleaning a room or having materials for school in order without making a mess. Children can engage in their creative side while building the robot, playing with it at the end of building can use imagination and can open to new thoughts and ideas. STEM based toys can be directly helpful for skills connected to education and having a robot that teaches renewable energy can inspire children from all over the world to think, create and imagine a brighter future.