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Fisher-Price wants to teach toddlers how to code with Code-A-Pillar

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Fisher-Price wants to teach toddlers how to code with Code-A-Pillar

Programming shouldn’t be something something that is learned only in technical courses or universities – its basic principles should be taught as early as possible. Not in order to train new code-developers and fill young minds with more information then they already have to deal with but simply to have them develop logical thinking and problem-solving skills, which are essential concepts in life.

Apple’s senior vice president of software Craig Federighi has said that coding is “the next level of literacy” and that “programming should be seen as a language and a way of thinking.” And he is not wrong, the sooner we teach kids theses skills, the better.

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