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Curiosity fuels creativity! The newest robot from OWI is ready to go on an adventure right out of the box. Batteries are included, and the robot is pre-assembled. With Scrib there are three fun ways to play: Maze Race, Free Style, and S.T.E.A.M Idea and Activity Book. Who will be the one to unlock Scrib’s potential?

The most challenging aspect is Maze Race. Children construct a 70-piece puzzle/board game that develops physical, cognitive, emotional, gross motor, and fine motor skills. After completing the puzzle, the user must strategize how to keep Scrib on track and avoid falling into traps or endless loops. Once the child masters the game, the challenge is on… family, friends, the neighborhood, the nation. Who will get Scrib to the finish line the fastest?

Let’s get creative in Free Style play. Users take Scrib’s magic marker to plain white paper and challenge Scrib to conquer hand drawn mazes, navigate homespun maps, or travel across super highways made by connecting multiple sheets of paper. Children will learn S.T.E.A.M principals while they have fun.

More? You bet. The S.T.E.A.M Idea and Activity Book is filled with ideas and activities that will keep children busy for hours. Offline coding activities will teach users the basic principles of metacognition, abstract thinking, and problem-solving. Follow the directions to build a functioning Möbius strip, or an infinite loop, and watch how long Scrib can run!

Between the three ways to play, the only limitation lies within a child’s imagination. These play modes are truly limitless!

Ages: 8+

Dimensions: SCRIB Robot: 2.36"x 1.77"x 3.15", Puzzle: 28" x 19"x .0625"

No. of Pieces: 70-piece puzzle

Batteries Required: 1.5 V button batteries AG13 /LR44 x 4 (Included)


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  • 5

    Posted by Charles T. Bender on 6th Dec 2022

    a pretty good line-following robot

  • 5
    I love the Scrib!

    Posted by Donna on 1st Jul 2020

    I love the Scrib! I seriously have to remind myself to get back to work and not just try to play with it.