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Primo Toys - Cubetto Playset

Primo Toys - Cubetto Playset

Cubetto is the Montessori-approved coding toy for children aged 3+, powered by tangible programming language made of colourful blocks. Children guide Cubetto through a series of maps and stories, learning the basics of computer programming and STEM skills without the use of screens.
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Cubetto is the Montessori-approved coding toy for children aged 3+, powered by tangible programming language made of colourful blocks. Children guide Cubetto through a series of maps and stories, learning the basics of computer programming and STEM skills without the use of screens.

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Whats Included

  • Easy-to-use Interface Board that sends commands to Cubetto. Think of it as your keyboard if you like.
  • Coding Blocks, a real programming language you can touch and combine to give Cubetto instructions.

    - Instruction Manual with an engaging story, and simple steps on how to get started.

    - World Map + Story Book for Cubetto to explore.

Technical Specification

The Cubetto play set is a coding toy for children aged 3 to 9. It consists of a wooden robot, an interface board, 16 coding blocks, a world map, and a story book. The play set teaches the basics of computer programming through adventure and hands-on play. The coding blocks are a tangible language that can be arranged on the board to create sequences of commands for the robot. The play set is compatible with various maps and books that expand the learning and fun possibilities123


> Length: 270mm / Width: 260mm / Height: 150mm / Weight: 1.5kg

> Built around Arduino hardware.

> Up to 6 hours play time

> 3 x AA batteries in the controller board

> 3 x AA batteries in Cubetto

> Board and Cubetto communicate using Bluetooth standard BT4.0

> No screen or device required

> 1 Year warranty

> Online Troubleshooting and component replacement Guides