indi Color Card Kit

SKU: 980-0228

30-pack of color cards that are placed on the floor to communicate instructions to indi without screens. With additional color cards, kids can extend their learning and create more complex mazes. Includes adhesive tape for securing color cards to the floor.

Also see: Durable Color Tiles for indi, made from latex-free rubber. Perfect for busy classrooms!

  • SCREEN-FREE LEARNING 
    indi’s color cards can be used with indi right out of the box to communicate instructions about where to turn, how fast to go, and special moves students want to see
  • EVEN MORE POSSIBILITIES 
    This set of color tiles can be used as replacement tiles or to add to your collection for longer and more complex maze building
  • LEVEL UP LEARNING 
    Once, they’ve mastered screenless programming, kids can use the Sphero Edu Jr App to learn block coding concepts by changing how indi reacts to color cards
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Price:
$19

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