I’m a big fan of learning to code at any age, and this fun new toy proves that you’re never too young to start learning to code!
Coding Critters is a new line of educational toys that teach preschoolers how to code in a fun and exciting way.
Coding Critters comes in three different kits: Scamper & Sneaker (cat-themed), Rumble & Bumble (dinosaur-themed), and Ranger & Zip (dog-themed).
They sent me the Scamper & Sneaker set to review, and as you can see, these two are absolutely adorable!
This toy will teach your child how to code without using a screen, which is pretty neat for sure.
Scamper & Sneaker comes with 22 different pieces including a slide, house, yarn ball, and a storybook, too.
This feature I’m about to tell you about though is one of my favorite things about Scamper & Sneaker.
If your child purely wants to play with Scamper & Sneaker, you can put them into Play Mode by pressing Scamper’s little nose.
Your child can then feed, pet, and take care of their new little friend, who will also sing them a song and dance around.
Entertaining and educating at the same time, Scamper & Sneaker will teach your child critical thinking, problem-solving, directional concepts, and analytical thinking skills too.
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