Moxie The Robot Help Children Development

Moxie is the new social robot designed for children to help promote social, emotional, and cognitive development. The robot is designed with the latest technology that allows it to engage with children.

Moxie has been developed by a great team of technologists, neuroscientists, child development specialists, and creative storytellers.

We all know how social skills are essential in enabling an individual to have and maintain positive interactions with others. Teaching social skills is extremely important in the growth and development of children.

Moxie promotes kindness and teaches social-emotional skills that are important today. Moxie will truly help your child to build confidence and encourage him to communicate feelings. This engaging and interactive robot will certainly be loved by all family members.

Your child will be able to converse with Moxie without fear. Moxie show an expressive face and a voice that children can feel confident. Each week, the robot provides play-based learning and missions with content designed to promote social, emotional, and cognitive learning. Children get a different theme each week such as kindness, friendship, empathy, or respect.

Your child can read a story to Moxie or Moxie can tell a story to your child. Moxie can also ask questions to review reading comprehension or social-emotional concepts. Over time, Moxie will learn about your child to personalize its content to help with your developmental goals.

Moxie is recommended for children 5 to 10 years old. Embodied offer a special launch price of $1,499 including a 12-month subscription for FREE (valued at $840) that provides a comprehensive program of services and benefits:

• Regular updates of new content and features.
• Unlimited usage of cloud computing resources
• Parent app with daily insights and tips from our experts
• Moxie Mission Packs shipped through the mail each month
• Full access to our online G.R.L. kids portal

The quantity available are limited for shipping this fall.

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