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Robot Sensor Fronts

Product Code: IT10132
Transform your robot sensor into a dynamic learning tool with this versatile pack of sensor fronts.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Magnetic Attachment

These magnetically attachable sensor fronts seamlessly adhere to robot sensors, enhancing interactive learning and hands-on experiences in programming lessons.

Variety Pack

The pack features an engaging variety of ten different themes, including a bakery and a police station, offering expansive opportunities for role-play in robot-directed activities.

Enhanced Programming

These sensor fronts revolutionise coding lessons by turning theoretical programming into tangible, scenario-based activities that foster analytical thinking and creativity.

Interactive Learning

Designed to be used with educational robots, these sensor fronts offer a means to practically apply coding skills.

Supports Computing

These sensor fronts support the curriculum's aim to create and debug simple programs in Key Stage 1 Computing.

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Robot Sensor Fronts

Transform your robot sensor into a dynamic learning tool with this versatile pack of sensor fronts.


  • Perfect for simulating real-world scenarios during programming sessions, these fronts allow children to enhance their coding through practical applications.

  • Targeted at Key Stage 1 Computing, these sensor fronts encourage children to develop fundamental programming skills such as simple programming and debugging. The variety in the set, which includes representations like a police station and school, helps in maintaining high levels of engagement during learning sessions.

  • This set, featuring ten unique sensor fronts, is designed to facilitate an immersive learning experience by creating varied and interesting programming challenges.

Supports the National Curriculum

Computing, Key Stage 1

Create and debug simple programs.

Geography, Key Stage 1, Geographical Skills & Fieldwork

Use simple compass directions and locational and directional language, to describe the location of features and routes on a map.

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