Robots, self-driving cars, home assistant, wearable... The world is becoming more and more digitized. To stay in control of those technologies, coding is becoming a basic skill to be mastered.
In some countries, government understood the importance of updating the education system: In 2014, Britain added mandatory programming classes, Japan aim for make computer programming a compulsory subject at primary schools in fiscal 2020, Sweden’s education plan for 2018 includes coding as a core subject, already from first grade.
Most parents want their toddlers to be prepared for the future, they want them to learn coding while having fun. Companies are creating colorful, eco-friendly and screen-less toys that make coding toddler-friendly. Here are some great examples of that trend:
Wooden toys by Learning beautiful
Primo Toys (Aged 3 and up)
Quadrilla (4+ Years)
According to Michael Hsu (Wall street Journal), Quadrilla teaches “about the fundamentals of computer programming—specifically the art of debugging, which is all the more thrilling when a torrent of marbles is involved.”
While GenZ became the hyper digital consumers, the next generation is learning how to become the creators of those digital devices.