30 технологиялық-зеректігімен балаларға арналған Рождество сыйлық идеялар

30 Christmas gift ideas for tech-savvy children

 

Guardian.co.uk арқылы PoweredАтты Бұл мақала “30 технологиялық-зеректігімен балаларға арналған Рождество сыйлық идеялар” Стюарт драги жазылған, theguardian.com Бейсенбі 26 қараша арналған 2015 07.00 ДҮНИЕЖҮЗІЛІК ҮЙЛЕСТІРІЛГЕН УАҚЫТ

Онлайн алыс өмір сыйлығына өз балаларын іздеп ата-аналары үшін, материалдық көп, өнертабыстық, технологиялық-зеректігімен балаларға арналған бар білім беру және / немесе ойын-сауық физикалық өнімдер жүзеге 2015.

Егер ата-ана болсаңыз да, күтім, салыстырмалы немесе отбасылық досы - және кез келген сіздің баға диапазоны - биыл технологиялық байланысты сыйлықтар келгенде таңдау үшін сіз испорчены жатырмыз. Мұнда ең үздік мысалдар кейбір.

Amazon Fire HD Балалар Edition
Amazon Fire HD Балалар Edition

1. Amazon Fire HD Балалар Edition Tablet (£ 100)

Егер балалар үнемі планшетте өз қолына алу үшін тырысып жатсаңыз, оларға өз сатып мағынасы мүмкін - олар оны пайдалану қанша туралы қолайлы ережелерге, әрине. Amazon компаниясының балаларға бағдарланған планшетті көзқарас жақсы тұр. Amazon өртке қарсы бар бағдарламаларды байланыстыру Балалар Unlimited £ 3.99-а-ай жазылу үшін - £ 100 үшін сіз тамшыға оны қорғау үшін талпақ резеңкеленген жағдайда бар суық құрылғыны алуға, Кітаптар мен ойындар.

Fire HD Балалар Edition толық шолу

Сызаттар пайдалану бастауыш Coding.
Сызаттар пайдалану бастауыш Coding.

2. Сызаттар пайдалану бастауыш Coding (£ 13)

Usborne соңында 1970 жылдан бастап бағдарламалау туралы балалар кітаптар жариялау болды, және оның соңғы босату деп майда мұра ішіне ұқыпты жарасады. Кітап Скретч назар аударады, кодтау балаларды енгізу британдық мектептердің саны өсіп пайдаланылуда визуалды бағдарламалау қоршаған ортаны. Ол қолжетімді енгізу ғой, олардың дағдыларын созған кейбір қызықты жобалар бойынша жұмыс басталар алдында негіздері арқылы балаларды жаяу.

сұхбат: кодына балалар оқыту Usborne ның Лиза Ватт

Minecraft Stop-Motion Movie Creator.
Minecraft Stop-Motion Movie Creator.

3. Minecraft Stop-Motion Movie Creator Анимация Studio (£ 30)

балалардың Миллиондаған Minecraft ойнап сүйемін, сондай-ақ Stampy және Diamond Minecart сияқты ютуберлердің оны пайдалана құрылды онлайн бейнелерді көріп. Mattel Бұл жинақ өз құқығы блокты сказителей ішіне балаларды қосу үшін бағытталған, бірақ. Ол ұйымдастыруға болады деректеме мен шағын мәнерлеп таңбалардың жиынтығы ғой, Содан кейін пайдалануды тоқтатыңыз-қозғалыс фильмдерді жасау көшіп (Тегін) Android немесе түйініне арналған Companion қолданбасы.

Haynes Your Own V8 қозғалтқышы Build
Haynes Your Own V8 қозғалтқышы Build.

4. Haynes Your Own V8 қозғалтқышы Build (£ 40)

олардың вагондарын подноготную ішіне пирингтік кезде қанша қазіргі заманғы ата-аналар үйде шын мәнінде сезінуге? Мүмкін, бұл біздің бала тәрбиелеп оқытуға уақыт. компаниясының әйгілі автокөлік оқулықтар артта Бұл жинақ толыққанды жұмыс істеуі V8 қозғалтқышы болып табылады, бензин, онда балалар нөлден құруға болады. нақты зат жазылған Жыпықтайтын Шам мен дыбыстар енгізілген.

Incredible Intergalactic Journey Басты
Incredible Intergalactic Journey Басты.

5. Incredible Intergalactic Journey Басты (£ 20)

Бұл гаджет емес,: қаншалықты сіздің балалар толғандырады ретінде, бұл жай басып кітаптың. Бірақ технологиясы сахна артында болып табылады. бірінші, ол балаңыздың атына жеке себебі, жариялаушы Жоғалған Менің атым алғашқы кітабынан туралы мынадай Оның / Оның есімі ұмыттыңыз Little Boy / қыз. Бірақ екіншіден, Сіздің мекен-жайы өз үйіңе соңғы бетінде спутниктік картасын жасау үшін пайдаланылады, себебі. олар іске асыру кезде сіздің балалар JAWS тамшысын Watch.

сұхбат: Менің аты-жоғалтқан $ 9М қаржыландыру ертегісі әңгімелейді

SAM Ғылым Мұражай өнертапқышы Жинағы
SAM Ғылым Мұражай өнертапқышы Жинағы.

6. SAM Ғылым Мұражай өнертапқышы Жинағы (£ 100)

Micro-электроника мектептер санының қайтып жасайды болуы мүмкін, бірақ аппараттық қолды-алу әлі күнге дейін балаларға арналған қорқыту мүмкін. The Science Museum’s Inventor Kit aims to make it more accessible, with a box of sensors and buzzers that can be connected wirelessly and controlled via a companion app. Five projects, from sending Morse code to playing a drum machine, are included.

PlayOsmo Starter Kit
PlayOsmo Starter Kit.

7. PlayOsmo Starter Kit (£70)

Osmo is an iPad accessory aimed at 5-13 year-olds, with a base that the tablet stands in, and a mirror that attaches to its top to turn your table into a “playing field”. That means children can place the supplied number or letter tiles, wooden puzzle pieces or their own drawings in front of the iPad to play Osmo’s learning and creativity games. It has lots of potential for future expansion.

Boom Kids
Boom Kids.

8. Boom Kids Coloud headphones (£ 25)

If your children are blasting Justin Bieber, One Direction or Cradle of Filth Taylor Swift at you, these colourful over-ear headphones may be just the thing to keep your Christmas peaceful. They’re light but feel like they could take a battering, and the most appealing feature for parents may be the built-in volume control that enables you to limit how loud your children play their music.

World of Warriors: A New Hero
World of Warriors: A New Hero.

9. World of Warriors: A New Hero (£7)

Not a piece of technology, but rather a novel based on a mobile game: Mind Candy’s history-themed World of Warriors, which like the same company’s Moshi Monsters, has spawned a host of merchandise in time for Christmas 2015. So can a mobile game really encourage children to read? Based on my two sons’ enjoyment of A New Hero, иә. It’s an engaging tale about some of the game’s key characters, which feels like a proper story rather than a thin promotional spin-off.

сұхбат: Mind Candy talks World of Warriors

Tiggly Words
Tiggly Words.

10. Tiggly Words (£ 25)

Another tablet accessory, this time for young children – and working with Android tablets as well as iPads. What you get for your 25 quid is a set of physical letters – the five vowels – which are recognised by Tiggly’s apps when placed on the tablet touchscreen. Those apps – Tiggly Doctor, Tiggly Story Maker, Tiggly Submarine and the new Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen Reading – are free, using the letters to help children practise phonics, problem solving and word building skills, Басқаларының арасындағы.

Stargazer Lottie
Stargazer Lottie.

11. Stargazer Lottie (£ 20)

Giving the “smart” Barbie doll a miss on privacy grounds? Stargazer Lottie may be an interesting alternative. The character is an astronomer with her own telescope and suitably-warm clothing for night-time stargazing. Көп қандай, her maker has worked with the European Space Agency, which has launched a companion website to encourage children to find out more about the skies above.

Marbotic Smart Letters
Marbotic Smart Letters.

12. Marbotic Smart Letters (£50)

More letters designed to be used with a tablet – iPad only in this case, for now – with Marbotic supplying an entire alphabet’s worth of touchscreen-recognisable wooden letters. Beginning life as a Kickstarter crowdfunding project, the Smart Letters will have two companion apps when they go on sale in early December – Alphamonster and Vocabubble – with more following in 2016. A neat modern twist on wooden-letter puzzles.

Touch Board Starter Kit
Touch Board Starter Kit.

13. Touch Board Starter Kit (£95)

More micro-electronics with this kit, which blends wires and alligator clips with traditional papercraft – stickers, cutouts and stencils are included in the box. The core is the actual Touch Board: an Arduino computer with 12 электродтар, that can be connected using “electric paint” – conductive paint that can be painted on to other materials to turn them into sensors. Three projects are suggested in the box, бірге more inspiration on the official website.

Hello Ruby: Adventures in Coding
Hello Ruby: Adventures in Coding.

14. Hello Ruby: Adventures in Coding (£11)

Aimed at boys and girls alike, Hello Ruby is the brainchild of Finnish developer Linda Liukas, кім raised $380k on Kickstarter жылы 2014 to crowdfund her book teaching the fundamentals of programming to children. Ruby is the star of the book, which is half story and half coding-related activities. Rather than teach specific languages, it focuses on computational thinking: breaking down tasks into steps, spotting patterns and more.

сұхбат: Linda Liukas on the inspiration for Hello Ruby

Toca Paper Creatures
Toca Paper Creatures.

15. Toca Paper Creatures (£ 20)

Toca Boca is one of the most inventive, creative children’s app developers in the world, with its quirky animated characters having delighted millions of kids in recent years. Toca Paper Creatures isn’t an app, бірақ: it’s a “play set” of colourful critter parts made from card, which children can slot together however they like to make their own characters.

сұхбат: Toca Boca’s plans to get into online video

Da Vinci Junior 3D Printer
Da Vinci Junior 3D Printer.

16. Da Vinci Junior 3D Printer (£300)

Жақсы, 3D printers may not be at the top of the list of Christmas presents for most parents – let alone within their budgets – but for those wanting to let their children loose on the technology ahead of the crowds, the Da Vinci Jr is worth a try. It promises to avoid the calibration pains of more complex models, and has its own online community for children to find interesting 3D designs to print.

Kano Kit
Kano Kit.

17. Kano Kit (£90)

British startup Kano is another company trying to get children computing – and in this case, they build the computer themselves. Its device is based on the latest Raspberry Pi computer, augmented with a bright orange keyboard and software to get children making music, programming and even fiddling about with Minecraft. Also new: а £110 “screen kit” for children to build their own portable display.

шолу: what it’s like making a Kano computer with your kids

EE Robin
EE Robin.

18. EE Robin tablet (£ 30 + monthly contract)

An alternative to Amazon’s Fire HD Kids Edition (or pass-on iPads) is mobile operator EE’s Robin, онда қазан айында іске қосылды. It’s an Android tablet that comes preloaded with apps, games and e-books, as well as free access to the (excellent) Hopster service, which bundles streaming TV shows with educational mini-games. Parental controls and a web filtering system are also included.

Stampy's Lovely Book
Stampy’s Lovely Book.

19. Stampy’s Lovely Book (£8)

If you have children who love Minecraft and YouTube, you’ll already know all about Stampy – aka British YouTuber Joseph Garrett. Having attracted more than 6.6 million subscribers to his channel, this year he launched his first book with publisher Egmont. It’s a mixture of cartoons, quizzes, facts about Stampy and his friends, and activity ideas – plus a cake recipe – with plenty of references for his young fans to spot. More than just a cash-in annual.

сұхбат: from Minecraft to books, what Stampy did next

Dot and Dash
Dot and Dash.

20. Dot and Dash coding robots (£130)

More coding for kids – a big theme in 2015 – except this time there’s a pair of rotund robots to help. Dot is the stationary one on the right that looks like a webcam, while Dash is its larger companion, capable of rolling around the room. Both are controlled by stringing together blocks of code in their companion apps, which aim to teach children first programming skills.

Can programmable robots Dot and Dash teach your kids to code?

Techair Universal Tablet Case for Kids.
Techair Universal Tablet Case for Kids.

21. Techair Universal Tablet Case for Kids (£ 25)

Whatever tablet your children are using – well, as long as it’s a 10.1-inch one, although a seven-inch version is also available – this case is one of the best ideas for protecting it. Not just because it’ll save you from dreaded screen-crack if the device is dropped on the floor. The selling point here is that the outside of the case is wipe-clean, with washable pens provided for children to scribble their own doodles on the case and colour them in.

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B.

22. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (£26)

The main appeal of the Kano computer is that it makes the Raspberry Pi a bit more accessible to children. But if they (or you) are more confident, you may want to go straight to the raw materials and buy the latest Pi computer board. It’s six times faster than the previous model, and capable of supporting the Windows 10 operating system if Linux isn’t your thing. You’ll need to buy other devices like a screen and keyboard, but putting a Pi-based system together from scratch can be a really fun joint project.

Minecraft Gameband
Gameband.

23. Gameband (£65)

One more gift for Minecraft-mad children: this is for those who are playing Mojang’s game on a desktop computer rather than a console or mobile device. Gameband is a wearable band that, when plugged in via USB, backs up children’s Minecraft worlds, so they can take them to play at friends’ houses. A few worlds come preloaded, and the device also works as a pixellated watch – complete with software to customise its display.

DIY Electric Dough Kit
DIY Electric Dough Kit.

24. DIY Electro Dough Kit (£15)

In truth, any product on the marvellous Technology Will Save Us website is worth your consideration for Christmas gifting. But it’s the DIY Electro Dough Kit that may be most enticing: it’s a collection of lights, switches and buzzers designed to be squashed into Play-Doh (or dough that you’ve made with your children at home) to create colourful – and squidgy – electronic circuits. The website offers plenty of ideas for what to make, if inspiration is lacking.

Meccano Meccanoid G15 KS Robot.
Meccano Meccanoid G15 KS Robot.

25. Meccano Meccanoid G15 KS Robot (£ 170)

иә, it’s expensive. иә, building it will likely suck up your entire Christmas morning at least – it has more than 1,100 дана. But Meccano’s humanoid(Еді) robot is up there with Lego’s Mindstorms EV3 bot as a brilliant way into robotics for young makers. As with other devices in this roundup, there’s a companion app to control the G15, although children can also teach it through speech and movement.

Night Zookeeper and the Spying Giraffes
Night Zookeeper and the Spying Giraffes.

26. Night Zookeeper and the Spying Giraffes (£7)

Another traditonal print book, бірақ тағы да, this was spawned by a digital world. Бұл жағдайда, it’s Night Zookeeper, the online community where children dream up and draw their own magical animals, while reading (and creating) stories and playing a game to defend their zoo. Now there’s book to expand on the world and its creatures, complete with spying giraffes and a time-travelling elephant. This was one of the first books that I caught my (previously reluctant-reader) six year-old son reading by himself after lights-out – high praise indeed.

сұхбат: Night Zookeeper offers kids a new way to create and play

Ozobot Bit
Ozobot Bit.

27. Ozobot Bit (£50)

Forget humanoids: this pocket-sized robot is more reminiscent of an old-school Apple iMac mouse. It packs plenty of smarts though: children “program” the device by drawing lines and blocks of colour on paper, which are translated into commands by its OxoBlockly programming tool. The Ozobot companion apps for Android and iOS will teach children how to get the most out of the robot.

Tube Heroes DanTDM.
Tube Heroes DanTDM.

28. Tube Heroes DanTDM Hero Pack (£15)

How can action figures have a tech angle? When they’re based on famous YouTubers, әрине. British gamer Daniel “The Diamond Minecart” Middleton has one of the most popular channels in the world in 2015 thanks to his Minecraft adventures. He was also one of the first stars to be turned into a “Tube Heroes” action figure, complete with his wolf Grim. Others in the series include CaptainSparklez, Sky and Tobuscus – all familiar names to young Minecraft fans.

Analysis: The Diamond Minecart becomes most popular YouTuber

Ravensburger Science X Electronics and Circuitry
Ravensburger Science X Electronics and Circuitry

29. Ravensburger Science X Electronics and Circuitry (£ 30)

More micro-electronics, in a well thought out box of tricks that aims to get children hands-on with transistors, resistors, capacitors and wires. The focus is on kids building their own projects, from lights and alarms to a loudspeaker for their music. There are eight projects in all, but plenty of inspiration for further experiments after they’ve been completed.

I Spy With My Little Eye: Things That Spy On Me
I Spy With My Little Eye: Things That Spy On Me.

30. I Spy With My Little Eye: Things That Spy on Me (£0.01)

One for slightly older kids. It may seem cheap and somewhat churlish to give your children a present that cost you a penny and may induce paranoia. But they have to learn sometime (about reasons for paranoia, not about your cheapness and churlishness – although that too). This book from tech firm Hide My Ass “details 27 internet-connected household products and appliances that could be hacked into or used to spy on people without their knowledge”. Happy Christmas

That’s 30 ideas for your Christmas gifting, but what have we missed? The comments section is open for your suggestions of tech-related presents for children.

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