Landzo gifted us with the coolest little futuristic toy, Quincy the Robot Artist, that is – BONUS – educational for the kids and keeping them occupied and most importantly engaged for hours!
If anyone knows me they know that I’m always on the lookout for new interesting toys for the kids, so when we were offered this toy to test out, I wondered how I had never seen it before in the stores or even online! I soon learned that Landzo is one of the leaders in the field of STEM education in China, focusing on intelligent learning hardware modules, STEM education toys, and interspaces content development. They developed Quincy the Robot Artist which is geared for ages 2 – 6 year olds and it really went over well with my boys who are 3 and 5!
Quincy the Robot Artist Educational Toy
This comes in perfect timing with the whole debate with parents everywhere regarding sending their children back to school this September. Ideally, I want my eldest son to go to Senior Kindergarten. In the perfect world, it’s great for him, he gets to socialize and learn, and learn to be away from us (he doesn’t do well with that part). School was a struggle to start and there were lots of tears until he finally came around; however, we pulled him out for a 2 weeks vacation and it got him back to square one. For that reason (there will be inevitable 2 week quarantine) and generally initial safety if I can help it, we are keeping him home for at least the first semester. So, Quincy the Robot Artist has come right on time for this mamma who is NOT a home schooler.
What is Quincy the Robot Artist?
This super cool robot teaches you how to draw with a variety of flash cards of different images. You simply place Quincy the Robot Artist in front of a piece of paper and hold up the little flash cards provided to his ‘eye’ and he reads the USB to know what he must teach you to draw.
In addition to drawing, there are other various function cards that are great for learning including numbers and letters. Perfect for identifying letters, learning to spell and learning math calculations. We had so much fun in the first session and it’s going to come in handy when we are in our full on learning mode this September. The kids LOVED holding up the little QR code to see what Quincy was going to do next and we have many more cards to get through yet!