I was amazed at this preschool toy, Cubetto, that teaches kids the principles behind programming. And it’s fun! What is revolutionary about this toy is that it is screen-less! It uses wooden toy pieces, a wooden toy board, and robot made of wood!
The shapes of the wooden pieces are the code “commands”.
Put the pieces into the board and then the wooden Cubetto robot will follow the commands and move as programmed.
Cubetto teaches kids, both boys and girls, programming by letting them get hands on with a tangible programming language that is both fun and intuitive.
Watch this short video to see how Cubetto works:
Cubetto is an award winning, Montessori-approved coding toy for children ages 3 and up. This toy is the only screen-less programming system, powered by a revolutionary coding language made of colorful blocks, that lets children write their first computer programs.
Created by Primo Toys, Cubetto is now available for purchase worldwide at Primo Toys. It’s $225. Learn more about Cubetto by visiting their website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
This post is part of a sponsored campaign for Primo Toys. I received compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own.
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