Students can start programming before they can read and write with Cubetto

Primo Toys has created Cubetto, a wooden robot that can be programmed without a device, or the ability to read and write.


Students program the robot with a series of commands on a wooden board, and the robot rolls over a special mat.

It looks like a great way to teach coding concepts, which, in effect, also helps the students with sequencing, boolean logic, critical thinking, and social-emotional skills.

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