Nowadays there are many development environments for children to programme their own video games. Scratch is practically an universal standard. The only requirement is that children know at least how to read. But what happens if the children are too young even to know the letters and numbers?
STEAM SCHOOL IN-A-BOX is the first and only programming environment adapted for of preschool children who do not even know numbers or how to read can programme their own games and even Arduino boards.
The objective of these courses is that children in Preschool can understand the basic concepts and structures of programming even if most of them don’t know the numbers or can’t read. We mean not only to sequence movement commands for a robot. The goal is that the child handles different types of loops (repeat N times, until, while …), variables, conditionals, etc.
For achieving this we have several resources:
The concepts that professional programmers handle now are available to Preschool and Primary children. True Programming. Of course, much more than moving a robotic toy from side to side or up and down.