Hands-On Coding for Toddlers, No Screens or Reading Required

Hands-On Coding for Toddlers, No Screens or Reading Required
Design

A new way to teach kids computer skills, before they can even read a book

Rob Kleiman
  • 15 march 2016

Children growing up in today’s world can’t afford to miss out on coding—it is becoming a basic 21st-century literacy. Starting young on cultivating this skill set gives them an edge, and starting with something fun means they can learn faster and better. Cubetto by Primo Toys is a children’s toy in the form of a wooden robot that can speed up the learning process.

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