Lego-style blocks teach kids coding via digital game

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The best way to engage kids with learning is to make it fun, and we have seen this logic applied many times over with products that encourage coding for youngsters. The latest such product is Osmo Coding, an iPad add-on that lets kids aged 5-12 experiment with coding using physical blocks. Osmo Coding is the latest addition to Osmo’s hands-on educational iPad games, all of which combine digital and physical skills.

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