Cubetto is a wooden robot that is designed to help students ages 3 and up learn programming basics without needing a computer or a screen. Inspired by the original LOGO turtle, Cubetto uses a simple programming language to introduce students to coding. The team has also created a collection of lesson plans, which can be used in preK-1 classrooms. It’s an excellent resource for introducing students to basic computer science concepts. Continue Reading.
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