This Throwable Computer Teaches Kids How To Code | Co.Design


This Throwable Computer Teaches Kids How To Code | Co.Design | business + design

Coding is a great skill for kids to learn but it can be a lonely, sedentary endeavor. Hackaball, a new toy created from a partnership between the design agencies MAP and Made By Many, promises to get kids off their butts and playing outside—all while teaching basic coding skills and empowering kids to invent their own kind of play.

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2 thoughts on “This Throwable Computer Teaches Kids How To Code | Co.Design

  1. Oh My God! I’m a programmer myself and this is AWESOME! I think from a young age especially new generations should be taught how to programmer just like how you are taught to learn your ABCs to learn English. Technology is the future we live in it now and it will continue to be part of lives. Of course there’s pros and cons to that statement. But, this is a awesome invention and it’s a fun process while your learning something.

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    • I wish I was smart enough to invent something like this. I totally agree with your comment. STEM concepts should be introduced as early as possible…I know if I ever have kids there will be a focus on learning technology and its importance to our society…even though I know it sometimes gets to be a bit much.

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