Marbotic Deluxe Learning Kit
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Deluxe Learning Kit
Deluxe Learning Kit
A drone camera is filming a father and a daughter playing on a table in their backyard. The camera coming closer we see that they are playing with Marbotic's Deluxe Learning Kit on their iPad. The girl stamps numbers on the screen as the countdown goes on.
8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
Close-up on the daughter's hand pushing a fake red button on a DIY cardboard keybord.
Original footage of Apollo XI's launch
The girl wears a DIY cardboard austronaut's helmet. She is in a DIY cardboard spaceship.
Short stop-motion footage of a cardboard rocket flying in the sky
And here we go!
The girl wearing a DIY astronaut's outfit and her father wearing a football outfit (pretending it's an astronaut's one) are inside the DIY rocket piloting it.
Prepare for landing
The DIY rocket has landed in a backyard, the girl is exiting the spaceship, wearing her astronaut's outfit. She discovers the surrounding, as it's a new planet.
That's one small step for kids, one giant leap for their imagination.
Close-up on the iPad and the toys: father and daughter stamp letters on the iPad to write "Hello". The app reads out loud the word "Hello".
Father plants a flag on the ground.
Father and daughter are playing in the backyard, collecting stars that are hidden all around the place.
Hey Major Lisa, how many did you find?
Close-up on the iPad and the toys: the girl plays with Marbotic's app to do an addition and count her stars.
Four plus two equals six
A cute monster shows up, this is the father playing with a puppet. The father gives the puppet to the daughter. She's happy and laughs.
Close-up on the iPad and the toys: the girl plays with Marbotic's app to discover the phonics "m" and the word "monster".
Dusk is coming. we see father and daughter in their regular outfit playing with the Deluxe Learning Kit in their backyard. The girl takes the Deluxe Learning Kit's box by the handle and walks.
The journey has begun, be ready, be curious, it's so much fun!
Marbotic Deluxe Learning Kit helps children learn to read and count using wooden toys that interact with apps on an iPad. It’s as easy as A, B, C — or 1, 2, 3. Simply download the seven Marbotic apps, “stamp” a wooden letter or number on the iPad screen, and the learning begins almost magically.
Learn to read
Four apps expose kids to different aspects of reading. Alphamonster helps them discover the alphabet and sing phonics. Vocabubble reveals hundreds of words with beautiful illustrations. BlaBlaBox lets kids “stamp” words on the iPad screen and then hear the iPad pronounce them. Lil Reader begins the process of reading words and complete sentences.
Learn about numbers
Three counting apps introduce a variety of mathematics concepts. 10 Fingers teaches counting up to ten while developing fine motor skills. Up to 100 lets kids play with units and tens to build numbers up to 100. More or Less involves manipulating beads to learn addition and subtraction.
An effective blend of digital and wooden toys that engage body and mind
Created with teachers and inspired by the Montessori method
Progressive method that reinforces autonomy and self-confidence
Wooden toys beautifully crafted for years of play
Ready to use and 100 per cent safe for kids — no Bluetooth, no Wi-Fi, no battery
Available in a wide variety of languages
What’s in the Box
10 interactive wooden numbers
26 interactive wooden letters (lowercase)
Wooden cabinet including three sliding trays
Height: 23 cm / 9.06 in
Length: 31.4 cm / 2.36 in
Width: 14 cm / 5.51 in
Weight: 3.36 kg / 7.41 lb
Operating System: iOS 9 or later
Mfr. Part Number: DLK18
UPC or EAN No.: 3770005884116
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- iPad Air (3rd generation)
- iPad mini (5th generation)
- 11-inch iPad Pro
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation)
- 10.5-inch iPad Pro
- iPad (6th Generation)
- iPad (5th Generation)
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd Generation)
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st Generation)
- iPad Pro 9.7-inch
- iPad mini 4
- iPad mini 3
- iPad mini 2
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Air (1st generation)
Answers from the community
We allready have the Marbotic Numbers and are interested in the Marbotic Letters. Is the software also available in Dutch?
- Asked by Anouk H from Rheden
- on 13/12/2018
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
10 fingers +
Used at home or at school, with your fingers or combined with SMART NUMBERS wooden toys, 10 fingers is the must-have app for learning to count to 10.
Developed with teachers, the 10 fingers app perfectly matches kindergarten educational objectives.
WITH 10 FINGERS, THE CHILD LEARNS TO:
- count on his fingers up to 10
- work fine motor skills by putting 1 to 10 fingers on the t ablet screen
- recognize the written and oral form of figures
- recognize quantities, in the form of constellations or pearls, and associate the right number
- decompose numbers ("5, is 1 and 4, and also 2 and 3"), learn addition ("2 fingers on the left hand, and 1 finger on my right hand are 3 fingers")
- count in 19 different languages!
THIS APP CONTAINS:
- 4 activities to play with your fingers or with SMART NUMBERS wooden toys.
- 19 languages to learn to count in English, German, Spanish, Chinese and more!
- many settings to adapt the activities according to the child's level, where you can increase difficulty according to the child's learning progression.
For an even richer and fun experience, this app is compatible with SMART NUMBERS wooden toys.
This app has no advertising or in-app purchases.
Useful information can be found in a Parents’ Corner.
10 fingers is a Marbotic app, a publisher that designs and creates innovative educational solutions blending sensory material and digital interfaces.
Find our smart toys on our website www.marbotic.com …