Estimated delivery Dec 8 - Dec 11
Learn to code with 70+ step-by-step creative challenges. Make feathers fly, goblets multiply, fire flow, pumpkins grow, and more. Build your own wand. Learn to code with step-by-step creative challenges. Make magic on a screen, with a wave, twist, and twirl. Create, share, and play with the Kano community.
Build a Wand that responds to your movements. Comes with wand parts, PCB with Codeable LED, button, batteries, step-by-step book, stickers, poster, and free Kano app.
Build a Wand
Open the box, pull out the pieces, button and board. Follow the simple steps, build your own wand, learn how it works. Connect it to your tablet or computer, and start creating with the Wizarding World.
Learn to code
Wave your wand and see instant effects on screen. Make feathers fly, goblets multiply, fire flow, pumpkins grow, and more. Creature with creatures, spell motions, sweets, 200+ sounds, music, and wizarding artifacts.
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Kano is a greedy and jealous company that put Magic Caster Wands off the market. This company can go die in a whole.
Way too wicked!
Showed up as advertised
Wonderful product, good timing in delivery.
Kano makes coding simple and fun. For Potter fans, this brings both together for a fun learning experience.
Purchased this for my 5 year old son. Whilst I am familiar with the Kano brand, I have never used any of their computer kits, and though my son has never seen any of the Harry Potter movies, I thought the Harry Potter Wand Kit could be a good way of introducing him to coding. Tip: I showed him the TV advert first to get him in interested… then presented the box to him. He loves it! The app is simple and clean; you’re presented with a map of Hogwarts which you navigate through and complete puzzles and challenges by creating (coding) spells. The actual coding process is quite simple too, dragging & dropping block codes to build / create your spell, then using the wand to initiate them. My son beamed when he cast his first spell - changing the colour of an owl from orange to blue (then to green, then red, yellow and so on). Then bouncing a cauldron around and recolouring the potion. The coding puzzles and challenges do get more difficult as you progress. It’s still early days, but so far he’s having lots of fun with the kit and developing an understanding of the concept of coding.
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