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Learn Letters with Mochi

Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi
Learn Letters with Mochi

Learn Letters with Mochi

Meet Mochi’s friends at the zoo and learn the ABCs of the Animal Kingdom

Meet Mochi’s friends at the zoo and learn the ABCs of the Animal Kingdom

This adventure set includes:

Story book 1x

Story map 1x

Storyteller 1x

Craft pieces 3x

Codding block 1x

This adventure set includes

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All books are 30+ pages. Only part of the pages is available for preview

Mochi’s Awards:

Alexander

Sweden, Stockholm

With Covid-19, most of the events we wanted to take Asher to have been cancelled, and his favorite places have closed. We decided we had to get some new toys and pedagogical tools to keep him activated. One of the best things we've found recently is Mochi, the coding bear. He's an adorable little alien bear who rides around different environments in a robo-cart, exploring the earth and learning about different concepts such as numbers, colors, letters etc. He comes with a programming board where you can set up commands for him to follow around the map, teaching kids basic coding concepts.

15 JUN 2020

Wendy

USA, San Francisco

Mochi turned out to be a perfect toy for my daughters (ages 7 and 4). First of all, it reinforced our efforts to keep them away from screens as long as possible. Due to the possibility to endlessly vary the robo-car movements, the kids could stay engaged longer. Second, it fit very well with our extensive Lego infrastructure (multiple kits and a table), fostering creativity. And finally, I liked the multi-sided nature of the game: it contains a book with nice illustrations that can be both read and listened to, a map with the toy bear and his vehicle that can be used to create new adventures and stories, and the programming board (command center) that ties it all together. Another advantage is the self-contained format, where the programming blocks neatly fit into a pull-out tray and can be safely stored without making a mess. I think we made a useful investment and plan to buy the rest of the book/map/blocks sets and gradually increase the complexity of the game. If you are looking for a gift for 4-7 year olds, I highly recommend the Mochi set.

2 JUL 2020