Cubetto, the award winning, Montessori-approved coding toy for children ages 3 and up, is now available for purchase worldwide on www.primotoys.com.
Created by Primo Toys, Cubetto is a screen-less programming system, powered by a revolutionary coding language made of colorful blocks that lets children write their first computer programs. By placing the blocks in different patterns on the control panel, children create sequences of instructions that program the robot’s movement.
In the process, they develop computational thinking skills that help them understand the basic principles of coding — all of this, in a very age-appropriate way that respects a child’s natural way of learning. My daughter had the opportunity to test out the Cubetto a few months back and loved that she could created the robots path all by herself and was eager to complete a challenge by sending Cubetto through mini adventures.
Cubetto provides gender-neutral play that boosts a child’s creativity, critical thinking, spatial awareness and communication skills. Plus, no noisy bells and whistles or bright flashing light, but still a very engaging toy for the littles.
Cubetto is available for purchase on www.primotoys.com for $225, or $245 when bundled with the Cubetto Activity Pack, which offers four additional world maps and matching story books. (Activity Pack priced $65 if sold separately).
This post is part of a sponsored campaign for Primo Toys. I received compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own.