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It depends on what level to do. For children, there are sets of Lego, Arduino, for older ones, Nucleo, Rasber Pi and other less common companies. If you just play around, then arduino is enough, the programming language is simple, the Internet is full of materials. Robotics itself means not only programming, but also electronics and mechanics. It's interesting anyway. You can start with a car that needs to travel along the black line or a probe. There is a sea of ideas on the Internet www.instagram.com