Board game sneakily teaches programming to 3-year-olds
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We've already seen board games such as Germany's climate change-themed MELTDOWN inconspicuously educate kids about real world issues. Seeing as one of the most important skills kids will need in the future is computer programming, it's no surprise that a new game called Robot Turtles has been designed to teach pre-schoolers the foundations of coding as they try to win robot jewels. Created by Google Comparison Inc CEO Dan Shapiro, the board game recently raised 25 times its target through its crowdfunding campaign, becoming the best-selling product of its kind on Kickstarter. Aimed at children between 3 and 8 years…
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