Teach computer programming to preschoolers with this block set

A playset of colored blocks called Primo is aiming to teach preschoolers the basics of computer programming logic. Primo aims to raise $57,000on Kickstarter; it has already raised about $13,500, and still has about a month remaining in its campaign.

At 4 years old, many children are mastering pre-reading skills. But now, tots can start learning computer programming at preschool age, too. Primo, a playset of colored blocks, aims to teach children ages 4 to 7 programming logic, helping lay the foundation for computer-language education at a later age.

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