Cubetto introduces coding to students age 3-6

Cubetto is a robot with two wheels and each wheel has its own motor. It can go forward and it can make 90 degree turns. The cube is wireless and gets  commands from the interface board. The board has slots for blocks. There are blocks for moving forward, turning left, turning right, and executing a function. Cubetto comes with a world map made of 36 squares. Each square measures 6 inches, which is exactly the distance Cubetto travels each time it receives a command to go forward.

Source: Start Youngsters on a Coding Adventure with Cubetto — Learning in Hand

What an awesome and friendly looking robot! Very hands on, and can introduce programming without a screen.

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