Cubetto is a playful wooden robot powered by the first programming language you can touch. It also became the most crowdfunded education technology invention in history when it raised a whopping $1.5 million on Kickstarter from more than 6,000 backers all over the globe. Aimed at children aged 3 and up, Cubetto works without screens or literacy, so any child in the world can use it. Inspired by the LOGO language and approved by Montessori, it allows children to learn and play with a variety of core programming concepts, including algorithms, the queue, debugging, and recursions.
London-based Primo Toys set itself a clear goal: to make smart, screenless toys that introduce children to programming. Its founding principle: a unique programming language you can touch. A true revolution in its field. These toys are specifically designed for children in preliterate years and provide fun learning for curious minds with big imaginations.