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Crack the code

Kick-Off Collection No.2

Nowadays, children can decipher codes before they can even read! But, in our opinion, spending too much time in front of a computer screen is not the best way for children to go about it.

Our ‘unplugged’ materials are therefore a great way for young children to familiarise themselves with the principles of programming through playing a game. If you want to program a robot later on, then you need to know something about the language that the robot understands.

First of all, you need to learn to decode in order to code at a later stage.

Coding in steps

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Choose an animal on the board, put 4 steps on the game board and look for which animal you stop. Take that animal card and hide it. Encode your steps and give your code to your fellow player. He or she converts the code into steps and arrives on…? If the code has been correctly executed, he or she arrives on the same animal as you did.

Spot the robot

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Children give spoken information to the each other about the different robots and their place in relation to each other. The development of mathematical language and concepts as next to, above, on top, down etc. will be practiced.

Pixel fun

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This game, in which children discover pixel art, is based on the principle of binary code. Each number in the squares of the task cards stand for a number of pixels which must be lead on the playing board. Doing so, a funny pixel image will appear!

Coding arrows

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One of the basics for programming is robot language. And to program a robot, children have to understand the language of arrows. The children learn how to use directions to navigate.

HUB

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The gateway to all our Rolf Connect digital games.

Coding game

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The perfect combination of physical and digital gaming. Connect the hub to your laptop, iPad, Chromebook or Touchscreen and you are ready to play! With this set of blocks and Lottie’s help you will learn to think like a coding specialist.

Coding with dots

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How to turn a long code into a short code. So you don’t display all the steps, but you use a number (of dots) to show how many steps to go in a certain direc- tion. This will game will make you a real coding prof!

Shape your own world

Kick-Off Collection No.1

Why colours and shapes matter

When you look out of your window, you see green trees, a blue sky, rectangular buildings and square windows. Children observe and categorize what they see by means of colour and shape. These characteristics help children define and organize the diverse world around them. When a child explores different shapes, it uses the most basic educational process: the observation of same and different. A child needs to know these skills before it can learn other basics like reading, writing and math.

That’s why playing with colours and shapes truly matters.

Lollypops

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Lots of play possibilities with these lovely wooden lollypops. The basis of this game is a combination of two shapes and 4 colours. Find the right lollypops and match them with the models of your card. This is a good exercise in observation and visual memory skills. Lollypops can also be played as a shape or colour matching game on the table.

Look & feel game

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Put all the figures in the bag and choose one of the many game possibilities: choose a figure on the board and try to find the right shape in the bag or give your fellow player the assignment to search a certain shape.

Rank the items

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A challenging activity about sorting and serializing.

Duo Shape

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Look for the picture constructed with the shapes or find the matching shape card with the right picture card.

Shapes matching game

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Discover which shapes you can use to fill in the circles in different ways.

Shapes sequencing

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Learn to make a sequence, to copy a model and to analyse figures.

Sand moulds ECO Line

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Get to know the basic shapes in the sandpit without any effort.

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