The world has realized that the future is in coding, it seems. We’re seeing a slew of options for getting children more interested in STEM and the process of coding specifically at younger and younger ages. Now you can start them off in the toddler set with the Code-A-Pillar, the toy that teaches your kid to code when they’re still grappling with getting potty training down.
Each segment of the toy inputs an action for the head of it to follow. The order you’ve put them in is the order they will act out. The goal is to get the toy from start to finish. You can add difficulty and obstacles to get your child to think more critically about the actions that they should have the Code-A-Pillar take to get there.
The idea is that this will help your child get used to the idea of plotting out and planning how to use preset actions to create the desired result and really, isn’t that at the base what coding is? You can check out the Code-A-Pillar for $38.99.