Analog Toy Teaches Kids About Technology

Analog Toy Teaches Kids About Technology
Design & Architecture

The 'Tinker Tablet' looks like the inside of a tablet, educating kids about what's inside electronics.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 september 2012

Seattle-based Tinkermite is on a mission to inspire creative kids aged 3 and up with their ‘low-tech play, high-tech learning’ approach to play. The brand’s first product is an innovative wooden tablet that teaches kids about technology- without lights, sounds, or batteries. The ‘Tinker Tablet’ helps kids learn basic concepts and promotes natural creativity using different types of engaging play.

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The front of the tablet slides off to reveal puzzle pieces that teach kids about the basic components inside gadgets (like CPU and memory). These can be assembled to make a cell phone, which they can then play with. The tablet also acts as a magnetic dry-erase board that lets kids doodle and draw on the ‘screen’ of a touchscreen. The Tinker Tablet recently launched on Kickstarter and is available for a pledge of $50.

Check out the video below to learn more about the toy:


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