Robotis offers a variety of buildable and programmable robotics kits.

While learning to build and program the robots, Robotis allows students to learn physical engineering and computer science skills.

The Robotis kits are geared for specific grades, and range in complexity and content.

Robotis is about more than building a robot — each kit focuses on a particular scientific concept. Robotis kits are also designed as a progression, so students will gradually learn different STEM concepts as they advance through each kit. Students get a strong, immersive STEM experience that incorporates robotics with the study of centrifugal and centripetal force, speed, leverage, inertia, and more.

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Robotis produces robotics kits for STEM education, designed to introduce and engage students in subjects such as engineering, coding, physics and more. From the Play Kits to the Robotis Mini kit, students will gradually learn more about the general principles of engineering, coding, physics, and more in an engaging way.
Each robotics kit comes with a fully-colored assembly guide, building tips, curriculum, pre-designed lessons, and free Roboplus software allowing you to easily build, control, program, and interface with your robots.

Robotis Play 300 Dino’s and 600 Pets

Starter Kit (Recommended Grades K-3)

Robotis PLAY Series are robotics kit designed to introduce studentsto simple engineering concepts by allowing students to build their own robots. The kits introduce students to the basic parts needed to build robots, including actuators, rivets, motors and more.

Robotis Play 700

Kit 1 (Recommended Grades K-3)

Robotis Play 700 kit introduces coding by having students create programs for their robots through R+ Task and R+ Scratch software.

Robotis DREAM Kits

Kit 2 (Recommended Grades 3-6)

Robotis DREAM robotics kits introduces the fundamentals of mechanical design and the scientific principles of movement, speed, leverage, elasticity, inertia and more. Specifically, Robotis DREAM features:

Level 1Introduces basic robotics movements and their scientific principles such as the center of gravity, force, and electric power.

Level 2Teaches the basics about the structure of robots, IR sensors, and microphone sensors and more scientific and physical principles.

Level 3Teaches various topics from science theory of daily life such as infrared, sound, velocity, acceleration, and friction.

Level 4Teaches the principles of pulleys and other equipment and how to utilize robot peripherals.

Level 5More advanced teaching of robotics including machine equipment introduces scientific principles such as energy transitions.

Robotis STEM Series

Kit 3 (Recommended Grades 6-9)

The ROBOTIS STEM kits introduce real-world engineering and physics concepts including centrifugal and centripetal force, angular velocity, the conservation of energy, and more! The STEM kits also introduce DYNAMIXEL actuators, which are used with industrial applications worldwide and introduce principles of robot programming related to them.

Robotis Mini

Kit 4 (Recommended Grades 8-10)

Robotis Mini is the most advanced robotics kit in the product line and allows your students to integrate concepts explored with the Dynamixel actuators, sensors, LEDs’, and motors explored in previous kits to build their own miniaturized humanoid robot. The Robotis Mini can also be programed using R+ Task and allows students to explore the most advanced C/C++ based programming concepts through programming its Arduino-like open-source embedded controller.

Discover what’s possible.

Teach concepts like kinetic and potential energy with Robotis, and make learning tangible for students. Check out our lesson idea to see how you can use Robotis to get students learning by doing.

I Think I Can, I Think I Can...Get Up the Ramp!

  • Using the ROBOTIS DREAM II kits, build a few of the robots that are able to move across a table width distance.
  • Design an obstacle for your robots to face such as a steep ramp to climb.
  • Observe what happens when each robot attempts your challenge.
  • Discuss why some robots may have failed the challenge while others succeeded.

Drive student achievement, and career readiness.

Introducing iBlocks, a cross-curricular, holistic learning approach by structuring your learning content with a primary and secondary subject focus. But because iBlocks are also customizable and expandable, these foci can change to suit your school’s needs, should you choose to tailor your iBlock.

We Help Educators Succeed!

Boost your classroom technology skills to engage your students and improve instruction with Teq’s Online Professional Development platform, now known as OTIS for educators. SCROLL DOWN for a sample course.

ROBOTIS: PLAY Series

ROBOTIS PLAY Series is buildable and customizable robots that introduce children to the world of engineering and robotics. ROBOTIS PLAY allows students to explore the concept of robotics in a fun and engaging way. Join our Curriculum Specialist as we take a look at the basic skills needed to build and play with these fun little robots.

We HelpEducators Succeed!

Boost your classroom technology skills to engage your students and improve instruction with Teq’s Online Professional Development platform, now known as OTIS for educators. SCROLL DOWN for a sample course.

ROBOTIS: PLAY Series

ROBOTIS PLAY Series is buildable and customizable robots that introduce children to the world of engineering and robotics. ROBOTIS PLAY allows students to explore the concept of robotics in a fun and engaging way. Join our Curriculum Specialist as we take a look at the basic skills needed to build and play with these fun little robots.

Discover what’s possible.

Teach concepts like kinetic and potential energy with Robotis, and make learning tangible for students. Check out our lesson idea to see how you can use Robotis to get students learning by doing.

I Think I Can, I Think I Can...Get Up the Ramp!

  • Using the ROBOTIS DREAM II kits, build a few of the robots that are able to move across a table width distance.
  • Design an obstacle for your robots to face such as a steep ramp to climb.
  • Observe what happens when each robot attempts your challenge.
  • Discuss why some robots may have failed the challenge while others succeeded.

Drive student achievement, and career readiness.

Introducing iBlocks, a cross-curricular, holistic learning approach by structuring your learning content with a primary and secondary subject focus. But because iBlocks are also customizable and expandable, these foci can change to suit your school’s needs, should you choose to tailor your iBlock.

Download the R+ Design app for a preview of robot assembly and structure. Zoom in/out or rotate the 3D model to view the robot from any angle.
Robotis products can be programmed using RoboPlus Task (or R+Task 2.0), a graphical, drag-and-drop programming tool based on C++.
R+ task software is a free colorful, icon-based programming tool based on C++ students can use to create programs for their robots. Programming your robots becomes more complex as you build robots that have more parts. With Robotis, you will have the opportunity to gradually explore more advanced coding concepts as you advance through each of our kits, eventually being able to explore advanced coding concepts with the Mini.