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    Lego Boost Creative Toolbox


    from £150 Lego Boost Creative Toolbox

    Buliding Lego models is already ridiculously good fun , so think what great a time you'll have when the completed model turns into a functioning robot. With the accompanying tablet app , you can use simple coding to make the robot move, fire projectiles and play various games.

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    Propel Star Wars X-Wing Battling Drone


    from £51 SWDrone

    The Star Wars Battling Drone works indoors and outdoors, and doesn't require a licence or CAA permit to fly. lt's a total blast... just a shame there's no camera or app.

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    Sphero Bolt


    from £140 SpheroBolt

    This little rolling ball of tech is great fun, and educational to boot. We hope your skirting board s are up to taking a few knocks, but if your kids have any curiosity about coding it'll keep them entertained for months to come .

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    Kano Harry Potter Coding Kit


    from £100 KanoHarryPotter

    A magical way to make coding accessible and fun to learn.

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    from £250 AnkiVector

    We love this little robot... but Anki's just gone out of business, so don't expect tech support .