Meet Matatalab Hands-on Coding Robots

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For School

Educational Coding Robot Sets
  • For Grades PreK-4
  • Certificated with Education Alliance Finland
  • Member of European Schoolnet
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For Home

Entry level Coding Robot Sets
  • For Age 3-9
  • Learning through play
  • With challenge booklets

Bring Coding into Your Classroom

Comprehensive STEAM Learning Solution
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Innovative teaching robots, standard-aligned curricula, activities, and professional development
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Learn and Play

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For School

Aligned with standards
 Kids playing promgarmming toys - Matatalab

For Home

Learning through play
Matatalab Coding Toys Learn and Play - Matatalab


Global robotics competition

Certification and Comments

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“Matatalab Robot is a very effective and versatile way to teach computational thinking to young children!”

Judy Quintero
Pre-K teacher, USA
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Students absolutely loved Matatalab. What worked best was that the blocks read like a book, left to right, top to bottom.

Erica Phillips
1st grade teacher, Canada
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Matatalab learning tools are hands-on, engaging, fun and are our number one pick for introducing young students to coding.

Susan Wells
Founder CEO TechTerra Education, Former School Principal/Head of School
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