Cubetto Playset – Hands on Coding for Children Without A Screen

Parents, you can encourage your children into programming, they can be the next Bill Gate, Mark Zuckerberg, or Steve Jobs. Cubetto is a Montessori approved programming toy designed specifically for preliterate children, ages 3 and older. Yes, it seems that there’s no such as thing as too early to teach basic of computer programming and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). The cool thing about this toy is that, it’ll teach your children about programming without the use of a screen, just wooden structure and objects.

Cubetto Playset consists of one friendly wooden robot, one physical programming console, a set of 16 colorful coding blocks, a cool map, and activity book to get you started. Children can play together with friends, this toy can be used by both sighted and non-sighted children in the same setting, it creates an equal learning environment, promoting inclusive play.

Designer : Primo Toys

Cubetto Playset Toy - Hands on Coding for Children

Cubetto Playset Toy - Hands on Coding for Children

Cubetto combines touch, sound, and movement, it’ll also help children with disabilities to strengthen their sequencing and communication skills. This gender neutral play improves children creativity, spatial awareness, critical thinking, and communicating skills. Learning to program in early years should be fun, playful, and age appropriate, this playset has been designed and developed to help children realize their full creative potential.

Cubetto Playset Toy - Hands on Coding for Children

Cubetto Playset Toy - Hands on Coding for Children

Cubetto Playset Toy - Hands on Coding for Children

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