GiggleBot is the Micro:bit Robot
Turn your BBC Micro:Bit into a Gigglebot robot and start coding in under 5 minutes! The GiggleBot is the fastest and easiest way for kids aged 6 through 14 to integrate powerful STEM learning and coding in the classroom.
The GiggleBot is the easiest way to integrate powerful STEM learning and coding into your classroom. GiggleBot is designed and sold by Dexter Industries, the world leader in STEM robotics.
A Walk Around the Robot
GiggleBot is the Most Exciting Way to Get Your Students Coding
GiggleBot is an easy to use robot that's great for the classroom. The GiggleBot is a platform that provides hands-on, project based STEM learning to your students. With room to build, it can be programmed with:
• Makecode blocks
• and more!
GiggleBot is an all-in-one coding, robotics and STEAM kit for the next generation of engineers, using the BBC Micro:Bit. GiggleBot is the platform of choice for the next generation of creators, dreamers, and artists to build their STEM literacy and become problem solvers.
With the GiggleBot, you can program in many different programming languages. Start with easy drag-and-drop MakeCode and grow into Python and other more advanced programming languages.
Frequently Asked Questions About Micro:Bit Robots
Who is Behind GiggleBot?
GiggleBot is made by Dexter Industries. We have been making robots for years for education, research and development, and other applications. You can see our robots or get in touch with our team here.
What is MicroBit?
micro:bit is a tiny programmable computer, designed to make learning and teaching easy and fun!
What are Robots?
Robots take commands from computers and do our bidding!
What is GiggleBot?
GiggleBot is the first Micro:Bit robot designed for education and for teaching students how to learn to code with simple robots. You can program the GiggleBot using MakeCode just like you would program a Micro:Bit. You can add sensors. You can follow lines. The GiggleBot has it all!
GiggleBot enhances Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) learning with hands-on robotics and visual coding.