Cubetto Is Back: Register to Win!


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My daughter watches Cubetto play out its programming. Photo: Jonathan H. Liu

Cubetto is two years old! This little robot teaches preschoolers how to program in a Logo-style language without a screen. Kids use programming blocks plugged into a special base to make Cubetto turn and move. There are a variety of colorful canvas maps with different themes—city, ocean, space, and so on—each with a little booklet that tells a story that gives Cubetto specific destinations to visit along the way.

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My daughter plugs in coding blocks to direct Cubetto’s next path. Photo: Jonathan H. Liu

Cubetto was first funded on Kickstarter two years ago, and made a reappearance last year for Kickstarter Gold. (You can read my initial write-up here.) This month, Primo Toys will be returning to Kickstarter for a new set of maps and collectible game cards. To celebrate, they’re giving away 10 playsets!

Click here to enter the giveaway; winners will be announced on April 9. Then stay tuned at the Primo Toys website for the link to the Kickstarter campaign, which will launch on April 10.

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