Quercetti Pallino Coding (1021)
The Pallino game is now built on an understanding of computational code! The popular classic game of mosaics consisting of colored balls has become a useful machine to introduce young children to "computational thinking" and "decoupled" coding. Computational thinking is the ability to break a complex problem into different parts in order to facilitate resolution. Decoding coding teaches programming principles without the use of electronic devices. The game has two modes of play. The first makes a mosaic by following the charts on the illustrated side of the cards. The second makes mosaics by following the algorithm on the "coding" side of the cards.
- 1 Pallino Coding
- 8 cards
- 1 instructions for use