Toys that can code are all the rage these days, and you can add another one to the list beginning mid-April.
The littleBits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit is adding a coding capability in just a few months. This will mark the first time a coding has come to a littleBits consumer product.
Based on the Google and MIT-developed Scratch Books coding structure, the new coding canvas includes six new missions plus an open coding canvas, letting young coders flex their programming muscles.
With the new coding feature, kiddos (and kids at heart) can customize their DIY Droid, bringing even more fun and function to the toy. littleBits says the new missions build upon th…
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