Sphero Mini Golf Educational Robot Ball

SKU: M001G

Tee up the fun! Sphero Mini Golf packs a ton of play into its golf-ball sized frame. Equipped with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and colorful LED lights, this robot does a lot more than any other ball you’ll find on the links—or in the living room. Create your own mini golf course then control Sphero Mini Golf’s movements several ways in the Sphero Play app. Master Joystick, Slingshot, or Tilt mode and you’ll be celebrating your first hole-in-one before you know it—no clubs necessary!

  • Interchangeable shells allow customization with several color options available
  • Connect to Sphero Play app and Sphero Edu app to play STEM games and learn to code
  • Compatible with Sphero Edu app for iOS, Android, Amazon Fire OS, macOS, Windows, & Chrome OS
  • Compatible with Sphero Play app for iOS, Android, & Amazon Fire OS

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2 year: $10.99
3 year: $14.99

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Price:
$49.99

Small Bot. Big Fun.

A hand driving a toy robot soccer ball using block-based coding through the Sphero Edu app.
Create your own mini golf course, program a hole in one or challenge a friend to a game.
Demonstrating drive & kick mode using a Sphero mini soccer robot toy.
Explore other drive modes with your robot. Tilt your device. Pull back and Slingshot forward. Drag the Joystick. Whatever you’re in the mood for.
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Use Mini Golf as a controller to dodge and destroy asteroids, race through a rotating tunnel, or smash a polygon of bricks.

Have a HOLE lotta fun

This golf-themed Sphero Mini packs a ton of fun into a tiny programmable robot the size of a real golf ball. Equipped with a gyroscope, accelerometer, and colorful LED lights, this app- enabled robotic ball lets you drive, play games, and code using our free apps.

Change Your Mind. Change Your Shell.

Colorful, interchangeable shells are available, so you can easily switch one out to suit your mood.

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Mini Soccer next to hand coding on an iphone.

INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITIES

The Sphero Edu app contains 100+ guided STEAM and computer science lessons, activities, and programs, consisting of varying skill level and content areas to help kids learn to code. Wondering where to start? We’ve curated a selection of getting started activities to walk you and your kid(s) through the basics of programming and creating with the Sphero Mini Golf robot.

  1. Draw 1: Shapes
  2. Draw 2: Spelling
  3. Blocks 1: Intro & Loops

Once you feel comfortable with the programming canvas and Sphero Mini Golf basics, try out a few other step-by-step activities to run with your kids. Watch their creativity and curiosity soar! Then, scroll through the thousands of community submitted STEM activities on Sphero Edu for endless inspiration.

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Sphero #BeyondCode

Sphero provides a STEAM-based tool set unbounded in its potential. Sphero uses programmable robots and STEM kits to foster students’ creativity through discovery and play while laying the foundation for computer science and other STEM fundamentals. Our program goes #BeyondCode with collaborative play-based activities, nurturing students’ imagination unmatched by other STEM education programs. Cross-platform apps are approachable for all skill levels so you can foster learning and creativity in any grade.

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Enhance your learning with Sphero's Computer Science Foundations

Computer Science Foundations is a standards-aligned, supplemental curriculum built on the K12 Computer Science Framework Principles. Scaffolded across three courses and 72 lessons, teachers and students build Draw, Block, and Text coding skills. They then integrate these concepts into curricular content: everything from polygons and poetry to logic-puzzlers and compliment-givers.

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Sphero Edu App

Sphero Edu is your hub to create, contribute, and learn with Sphero robots.

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Sphero Play

Drive and play games from ONE app with your Sphero robot.

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What's in the Box?

  • Sphero Mini app-enabled robotic ball with custom golf ball shell
  • 1 USB Cable
  • Sphero Edu app available for download on iOS, Android, Kindle, Mac, Windows, and Chrome
  • Sphero Play app available for download on iOS and Android