The 'Plobot' Play Robot Lets Children Learn to Code without Screens

By: Michael Hemsworth - Oct 25, 2016
References: kickstarter & geeky-gadgets
Learning to code usually means sitting in front of a computer screen to get down to business, but the 'Plobot' play robot aims to make the experience easier for children. Rather than requiring kids to interact with screens to create or manipulate the code, the 'Plobot' works by teaching from the ground up using storytelling characteristics.

The modern job market in the future will be more heavily focused on coding than today, which has many parents aiming to have their children code-literate as soon as possible. The 'Plobot,' now available for preorder on Kickstarter, allows parents to get kids excited about playing with the cute robot while at the same time learning about algorithms, loops and much more.