Prepare Kids for the Future with Dash and Dot

By Shannon Gurnee
In Holiday Gift Guide
December 21, 2015


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As parents, our children are the most important people in our lives. We do our best to raise them with good values and to teach them kindness, generosity, respect for others and the importance of education. With today’s technology developing so rapidly, it’s important that children have a good understanding of it.

Being able to understand things like coding, programming and robotics at a basic level may end up giving our children an immense advantage as they progress through life. But how can we teach children these things when many of us parents don’t understand them?

Wonder Workshop offers a fun, fast and easy way! Dash and Dot are two revolutionary new robots that help kids learn the basics of programming and problem solving in a simple, hands-on way. With the holidays approaching, I think these robots are a wonderful gift idea for kids aged 5 and up. Keep reading to find out why.

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Kids can really learn coding, programming and robotics?

There’s no question that the minds of children are comparable to sponges. They soak up information so quickly that some might say it’s dangerous. Just like that bad word daddy said when he accidentally hammered his thumb; kids are capable of learning other languages as well. Because coding and programming can help children better understand how certain things work, I think Dash and Dot will be a huge hit with families focused on giving their children an educational edge.

That’s exactly what these robots will do, but it’s highly unlikely that children will even realize it because they’ll be having too much fun! Who knew you could turn programming and coding into play? Not only is this a great way to give your kids an imagination boost, but it’s great for building confidence, too!

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Dash and Dot – Reasonably Priced Robots that Grow With Your Child

Considering the cost of great educational toys these days, Dash and Dot are pretty reasonably priced. You can pick up Dot for $49.99 and Dash for $149.99. Additional accessory packs are available as well, as are Educator Packs for teachers.

Dash and Dot do come charged up with no assembly required, so kids don’t have to wait to start having fun. With just a few simple steps, children can have Dash and Dot racing, dancing, singing, responding to voice commands or even playing games!

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These robots come with hundreds of programs, games and missions, but Wonder Workshop also offers many free programming apps so that kids can learn to customize their own programs and games!

Visit to learn more. They are sold out their site but you can check availability and purchase at the Apple Store or on

Do you have a child on your list that would enjoy a gift like this? If so, what do you think they would like most about Dash and Dot?

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Shannon Gurnee (formerly Shannon Gosney) is the author of The Mommy-Files, a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

14 Responses to “Prepare Kids for the Future with Dash and Dot”

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  2. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    Oh now these are all kinds of awesome! My boys would LOVE these.

  3. Jeannette says:

    These looks like such a great way to make learning fun! I think my youngest might be a little too young but my older son would adore these!

  4. Dash and Dot looks like such a great time for any kid. I also love that it’s promoting education.

  5. So awesome! I love the idea of getting kids started with coding early; it is one of those skills that every kid is going to need to know for the future.

  6. Liz Mays says:

    What a great way for the kids to learn about tech. Dash and Dot sound like a lot of fun!

  7. Amazing! These sound like a wonderful gift. My girls would love them when they get a little older but it would be perfect for my nephews.

  8. Kiwi says:

    I love this little toy of the future. I think people are relying on smart phones and tablets but this is more hands on for learning and they grow with this!

  9. This is a great toy to get the kids interested in STEM. I love learning toys because it not only fosters play, it also builds creativity. I think I will get a Dash and Dot toy for my nephew whose birthday is coming up in three weeks.

  10. Wow, how cool is this! My kids would have a blast with these things.

  11. Michele D says:

    I know my daughter would love this. I’m going to look it up. Hopefully I can get it before her birthday.

  12. This looks like a great gift, my son is into robotics big time. He has a programmable one at home that he won from a contest. I’m all about STEM & STREM and I love that kids are into it.

  13. What a fun way for kids to learn! I wish these toys were available when I was growing up!

  14. Ashleigh says:

    What a fun way for kids to learn. I had no idea there was a product like this, my son would like this when he’s a little older.

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