Google’s New Toy Will Teach Kids To Code

Google’s New Toy Will Teach Kids To Code
Children

Project Bloks aims to create tangible programming experiences for children

Jiwon Kim
  • 5 july 2016

Google launched Project Bloks, a research project aimed to get children interested and learning about programming from an early age.

Although it is a relatively new project, Google was inspired and utilized past research and experiences to bring this project alive and active. Thus far, they have built toys that are made up of electronic boards and pucks that are activated through tangible programming. The project is based around what we already know about children: they love playing with toys.

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