Cubetto

Cubetto

Primo Toys

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Suitable for: 3 to 6

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Cubetto is a playful wooden robot for girls and boys aged 3 and up, powered by the first programming language you can touch.

It’s a Montessori approved, LOGO Turtle inspired coding toy that allows children to learn and explore real programming through storytelling and hands-on play. It works without screens or literacy, so any child in the world can use it. The tangible blocks let children to learn and play with core programming concepts, including ‘algorithms’, ‘debugging’, and ‘recursions’.

The creators of Cubetto are Filippo Yacob, Matteo Loglio and Ben Callicott. Filippo is a designer and entrepreneur, who previously founded a print magazine and a chain of London coworking spaces. Matteo is a former Arduino interaction designer, creative technologist and visiting lecturer at Central Saint Martins. Ben’s background is in toy and product design, leading creative direction, product and brand development in Asia and Europe for Mothercare, Playforce, and many others.

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