The 'Programmable Box' Teaches Kids Code in a Simple Way

 - Dec 24, 2016
References: kickstarter & geeky-gadgets
The 'Programmable Box' is a new piece of equipment to teach kids code in a simple manner rather than requiring them to simply practice traditional lessons.

The 'Programmable Box' works by allowing kids to practice their programming capabilities and learning new lessons as they go. The device consists of a 3D-printed box that has been outfitted with an Arduino processor that can be used to perform a multitude of different tasks and lessons.

Being that the future job market will require applicants to have at least basic programming and code knowledge, the need for products and solutions to teach kids code is on the rise. The 'Programmable Box' identifies a design that could be utilized in the classroom as a way to help bring a tangible item into the space for kids to learn with.