Cubetto is a friendly wooden robot that will teach children the basics of computer programming through adventure and hands-on play. You use the control board to move the Cubetto around the maps the colors equal a function like green forward, yellow left, red right, blue function, purple backward, cream negation and black random. You put the blocks on the control board then hit the large blue button for Cubetto to move to the map position. I got the Cubetto Playset which includes 1 Cubetto Robot, 1 Interface Board, 16 Instruction Blocks, 1 Instructions Manual, 1 World Map, and 1 Adventure Book. It requires 6 AA batteries to operate. Logic Blocks has 4 Blue Blocks, 4 Cream Blocks, and 4 Black Blocks. Logic Pack has 1 Sticker Sheet, 4 Logic Books, and 32 Flash Cards. Ancient Egypt Adventure Pack 2 has 1 World Map and 1 Adventure book. This is for ages 3 and up.
My Opinion: This seems really simple for kids to use as it is color coded and will teach kids how to move Cubetto around by using the correct color and direction so kids will learn so much about computer.
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