4 robots that aim to teach your kids to code
LAS VEGAS -- You've seen apps and toys that promise to teach your child to code. But experts like Jeff Gray, a computer science professor at the University of Alabama and an adviser to the nonprofit coding education group Code. org, say kids can derive other benefits from coding robots and similar toys. Pros: Sturdy frame; kids can progress from graphical block-based codes to text coding Cons: Requires lots of clean, flat surface area, preferably whiteboards.
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