Fisher Price comes with toys to prepare preschoolers for programming

Jan

6

2016

Fisher Price presents at CES in Las Vegas toys for toddler and preschool children learn skills to program later. Children can click parts with different symbols to one another, after which the caterpillar performs the movements that are associated with the symbols.

The toy includes a smartphone app that allows parents to get suggestions about what challenges they can give their children when playing with the toy, reports Gizmodo. The Code-A-Pillar consists of a caterpillar with various parts, which each have their own symbols. The child must first components in a specific sequence put together, whereupon the snake perform the movements that belong to that order.

With the toys should teach children skills that will help them later when learning to program, the order of the caterpillar is regarded as ‘code’ for the moves he makes. The Code-A-Pillar to appear in the summer in the United States and costs around $ 50.

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