Mochi is a new way to teach kids to code and has been specifically designed for children aged between three and six. The teaching system provides an easy way for children to learn about the basic concepts of coding while learning ABCs, 123s, Words, Numbers, Colors, and more without the need for a screen. Watch the introductory video below to learn more about the LEGO compatible Mochi learning system that teaches kids to code.
“Through engaging plot lines, Mochi harnesses boys’ and girls’ love of storytime and encourages early childhood literacy—the foundation for a lifetime of learning. Mochi comes with up to 12 adventures, made up of a story book, a matching story map and coding blocks unique to that adventure. Each Adventure takes your child on an epic journey through topics ranging from ABCs to Good Habits, while you read them the story book and they complete tasks to move Mochi across the story map. “
Launched via Kickstarter last month Mochi has already raised over $157,000 thanks to over 500 backers with still 15 days remaining on its campaign. For more information on all the different adventures available within the Mochi learning platform jump over to the official project page by following the link below. If all goes to plan worldwide shipping is expected to start next month during December 2019.