Thursday, December 1, 2016

Cubetto by Primo Toys

Disclosure: This post is part of a sponsored campaign for Primo Toys. I received compensation for my participation, but my review and opinions are my own.


This holiday season when you are shopping for toys make sure to check out Cubetto by Primo Toys. Award winning and Montessori approved coding toy for children ages 3 and up.



Your child will have fun playing with Cubetto, the only screen-less programming system and cutest wooden robot that will help teach your children the basics of computer programming through adventures and hands on play.
Hours of fun not spent watching a screen.


Little ones as young as 3 year olds will love learning with Cubetto
Make your child's first coding kit a memorable one. Cubetto is made of tactile and hard wearing wood, he will be your child's guide into the world of coding.


Easy and friendly to use.
 Your child will love the coding blocks which are easy to manipulate like LEGO. 
Each block is an action. Combine them to create programs.
To tell Cubetto where to go, just place the blocks on the board and hit the blue button and watch as Cubetto executes your child's very first program.
Your child can also have fun with world maps and educational storybooks. With challenges that will take your child on epic coding adventures.


Cubetto is now available to purchase worldwide.
It comes with everything your little one needs to begin their coding adventure.

16x Blocks, 1x Interface Board, 1x Cubetto Robot, 1x World Map, 1x Story Book, 1x Instruction Manual.
Retail Price $225
Start Your Coding Adventure Today

Make sure to follow Primo Toys on their social media sites so you can stay on top of their latest news.

Website and Social Links:
-   Website: https://www.primotoys.com/  
-   Twitter: https://twitter.com/primotoys  



Love,
Kary xoxo



22 comments:

  1. I love wooden educational toys like this. My husband built a wooden math game for Mini Me when she was younger and we would sit at the table and play that every night after dinner. It was such fun!

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  2. What an amazing toy! I wish it would have been around when my 16 year old was little. He would have loved it! It is so important to give kids learning toys-and screenless toys!

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  3. This looks so cool! I will have to keep this in mind as my little one gets older...might be a good gift for next year!

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  4. I'm always searching for educational toys that are fun and creative. I love it! I see a Christmas gift on the horizon.

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  5. This looks like a great learning toys. I love when I find out about these toys, Its too bad they are not advertised as heavily as the big box toys! Great post!

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  6. Oh, my husband would want our boys to have this. He is a computer programmer and gets all excited when he sees coding toys!

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  7. My kids love hands on toys like this. We love to play them as a family, it's a great bonding time.

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  8. What a fun toy! I wished that toys such as this were advertised more.

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  9. These look like great toys! My four year old would absolutely love something like this!

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  10. I don't have little ones any more so can I have this? How cool! What a natural introduction into coding.

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  11. As an educator, I get all excited about toys that make kids think. I am tickled pink about this one!

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  12. I can see why it is award winning. What better toy than one that challenges our minds and gets us to think? Brilliant!

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  13. I love educational toys like this! I'll definitely have to pass this along to my sister to look at for her kids

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  14. That is the great toys for the kids and a perfect gift to my niece on Christmas

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  15. It is so awesome that kids are having more and more access to coding and STEM related toys at a younger age! Wish my kids had this opportunity many years ago!

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  16. Definitely going to put this on my list. I have 2 nieces and a nephew who really enjoy playing games.

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  17. Oh wow! This looks like a super fun toy! My kids have always loved building and blocks so this is right up theor alley!

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  18. I'm hearing more and more about this toy, and I love it. It's fun and educational.

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  19. This is really cool. I love that children are able to learn the basics of coding at an early age.

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  20. Omg how fun is this game?!?! I bet my daughter would love it!!! Looks like something she would have fun playing for hours

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  21. I love an educational toy, I am all about learning.This would be great for my nieces.

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  22. These are great! Adding to my list for Christmas next year when my little one is 3.

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