Children Can Tap Pre-Tech Creativity with Pen, Paper and Video-Game App

Children Can Tap Pre-Tech Creativity with Pen, Paper and Video-Game App

Programming app helps children engage with their world as old-school schoolyard fun once did

Rachel Pincus
  • 30 january 2015

With all this talk of kids being taught how to code at an early age, it’s gotten some parents wondering how much room there will be for cord-free creativity and exploration. Kids need to spend some time off the screen and out exploring, drawing and creating in the real world. And a new game called Inventame, developed by Jesus Ibanez, can help lead the way with color recognition and a variety of possible mechanics for you and your kids’ real-life games.

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