Kids ask a lot of questions, and let's be honest, you don't know the answers to most of them. But no biggie — that's what Google is for. Well, now there's an adorable, fuzzy robot that will answer your kids' questions and more so you don't have to pretend to be smart.
Woobo is a talking robot that inspires kids to explore their curiosity. It's a smart, educational toy that answers questions and encourages kids to learn new things. Woobo is intelligent, funny, cuddly, and has adorable facial expressions.
The robot plays games and tells educational stories about people, places, and concepts. It's also an undercover parent helper — parents can leave voice messages for Woobo to deliver throughout the day, like "Don't forget to clean your room," "Do your homework," or "I love you."
Here's how it works:
Kids can ask questions, like "Why is the sky blue," "Who is Albert Einstein," "Why should I eat more vegetables," and "How do I make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?" It's like Siri, but in a cute, cuddly form.
Woobo has more than 40 different activities that aid in child development. The activities inspire kids to think creatively and use their imaginations. Kids can learn new skills, like how to fold a paper airplane.
It comes in three colors: Pink, Lavender, and Mint.
Woobo retails for $199 and comes with a lifetime of free content upgrades. Or you can check out the company's Kickstarter campaign to get 40% off.