Dash, a robot from Wonder Workshop, allows kids to interact with it in a variety of ways. When it comes to computer science education, the U.S. lags beyond most other industrial countries, but some developers are hoping to change that, with robots and video games designed to teach kids as young as five the basics of coding.
Dash, a robot from Wonder Workshop, allows kids to interact with it in a variety of ways. When it comes to computer science education, the U.S. lags beyond most other industrial countries, but some developers are hoping to change that, with robots and video games designed to teach kids as young as five the basics of coding. Mark Lennihan AP
Dash, a robot from Wonder Workshop, allows kids to interact with it in a variety of ways. When it comes to computer science education, the U.S. lags beyond most other industrial countries, but some developers are hoping to change that, with robots and video games designed to teach kids as young as five the basics of coding. Mark Lennihan AP

There’s a new crop of coding toys for techie tykes

December 19, 2015 02:00 PM