Computer Basics, Robots, and Drone Videos for Children

Technology is all around us and getting smarter. What can today's computers accomplish? These playlists introduce kids to robots, drones and remote-controlled vehicles, and computers. They show off what computers can do and get children interested in learning and maybe even programming their own fun tech! Open up the Jellies app and add these topics to your library to start watching.

Robots On the Move!

Robots are being built to tackle more tasks, perform funky new dance moves, and look more like humans. This playlist runs through some of the exciting feats today's robots are capable of. You'll learn how robots are made and how to make your own! This topic is perfect for kids age 6 and up. Look for Robots in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

Drones & Remote-Controlled Vehicles

Learn about drones and remote-controlled vehicles in this epic playlist of high-speed flips and dives. See all the cool tricks RC planes, cars, and boats are capable of. Watch a drone helicopter deliver a freshly baked pizza. Even see a squirrel pilot an RC plane! This topic is perfect for kids age 6 and up. Look for Drones in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

Computer and Coding Basics for Kids

Just how smart is a computer? How does the Internet work? This playlist teaches you all about the computers and how to stay safe on them. You'll even learn how to start writing commands that tell computers what to do! This topic is perfect for kids age 8 and up. Look for Computers in the Jellies app. Here's one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:

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