Tactiles IQube Electronics Kit | Smart Science Kits for Kids | 100 Educational Games and Experiments in One STEM Toy for Boys and Girls | Available in iPad, Mac and Windows

June 7, 2020 - Comment

Price: (as of – Details) Tactiles make educational toys to help parents motivate their young kids to build a passion for learning.  Our first product is the IQube Electronics Kit, and parents get one for their kids when: they love seeing their kid’s natural curiosity with tinkering and they want to nurture this further by


Price: $149.00
(as of Jun 07,2020 20:58:58 UTC – Details)



Tactiles make educational toys to help parents motivate their young kids to build a passion for learning. 

Our first product is the IQube Electronics Kit, and parents get one for their kids when:

  • they love seeing their kid’s natural curiosity with tinkering and they want to nurture this further by developing their critical thinking, logic and reasoning skills.
  • they are continually frustrated of buying expensive toys that their kids will only play with for 15 minutes then never touch again.
  • They really want their kids to actually learn the concepts and theories and actual real-life applications of circuits and electronics at a very deep level.
  • They are in the STEM profession themselves and want to expose their kids to the same things they are passionate about.

Tactiles IQube is an app-powered circuit learning toy that provides hours of fun and tons of learning. It comes with 20 cubes representing an electric component, and 100+ projects that teaches what it each them does and how to use them to build things that do things.
We stand out among other educational toys because we are very different from the other available alternative

  • Our app is really smart. We continuously watch how the kids are playing and offer then the right sets of hints depending on the difficulty they are having with the projects.
  • It’s extremely easy to start using the IQube. We put a lot of focus into making sure there is absolutely no friction for kids to start playing and finishing their first projects.
  • It teaches actual circuits. The IQube actually goes in deep discussion of the concepts and theories involved.
  • They will use the concepts they learned to solve real problems related to the world around them and understand how the electronic objects they interact with everyday works.
  • It comes with 100 projects that kids will spend hours on end to finish.

LEARN REAL CIRCUITS. This electricity kit for kids don’t just ask them to make things, it explains in detail what happens underneath. Unlike other electronic kits that only turns things on and off, the IQube actually teaches them how resistors work, how to read electrical diagrams, how to build series and parallel circuits, how to understand Ohm’s Law, and much more!
KEEP THEM BUSY FOR A VERY LONG TIME. The perfect educational toy knows how to balance play and learning to keep kids engage and curious for hours at end. This science toy includes 100+ circuits and science experiments for kids and adults alike. The projects have the perfect balance of lessons that teach the theory, experiments that show them how things work, and outcome-based projects that will test their understanding and solidify their actual learning.
BUILD AND NURTURE THEIR PASSION FOR LEARNING. This is a top gift for boys and girls. If they are having difficulty with a project, it will give them clues to nudge them in the correct direction. If the project is too easy for them, it will give them more advanced challenges.
EASY TO SET UP AND TO PLAY WITH. Your kids won’t need your help to play with this electronics starter kit. This was designed for kids that have no foundation in circuits. The projects are structured to not only build this foundation but to increase the difficulty and slowly introduce new concepts as they play.
PERFECT COMPLEMENT FOR ROBOT KITS AND PROGRAMMING TOYS. This engineering kit gives kids the foundation they need to understand robotics and programming better through an entry-level discussion of input signals, output signals, and even logic circuits.



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