The Which Way Game is a fun coding board game that is designed to teach children how to code, the game is designed for kids from ages four to eight, this is one game your kids will love and it is a great way to introduce them to coding.
The game will teach your children four top coding skills, these include Define the problem, Plan the solution, Code the program, Test the solution. These are the four main coding skills that will help your children learn to code and are essential for anyone wanting to learn coding.
It is a great game to play for the whole family and also with friends and class mates, the game can be played individually or in a group, it features Messy Monster from the Cbeebies TV show, Messy Goes to OKIDO.
The game comes with a magnetic game board and magnetic tiles, plus a magic car and a fun mission wheel. The idea of this fun coding board game is that you help Messy Monster visit all of his friends on the map, this is done by using the Mission Wheel to select the destination, this is the first of the four coding skills, Define the problem.
The next one is plan the solution, your kids can use their finger on the map to work out how to get Messy Monster to visit the destination. Once this is done the magnetic tiles are used to Code the program. You can then Test out the solution and Messy Monster can visit his friends, the winner of the game is the first person who helps Messy Monster visit all of his friends on the map. The video below gives us an idea of how this innovative learn to code board game works.
The number of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) jobs is expected to grow significantly over the next 10 years and The Which Way Game is a great way to introduce children to STEM subjects at an early age. The number of STEM jobs will grow by 13 percent compared to 9 percent for non stem jobs in the next 10 years.
What better way to get them to learn to code than with fun and interesting Which Way Game, this is a great way to give your kids a break from mobile devices and learn something playing a fun and interactive board game., it will also help them improve their communication skills and teach them how to work together.
The Which Way? Game is available to back on Kickstarter and prices for the game start at just £30 for the full game. There is also an Essential Coding Kit which is a simpler and more eco friendly version of the game for £20, you can find out more details about this fun game that will teach your kids how to code over at Kickstarter at the link below.
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