My 5 year old is autistic and is delayed in certain cognitive skills, and has trouble with his hands sometimes but the moment he picked the interlocking segment pieces up to the Code-A-Pillar he knew how to connect them. They are a much more fun, and interactive way to problem solve and develop critical thinking than the typical lacing beads that can be boring for children that crave sensory needs.
I really believe this will keep any childs attention while learning to code, and learn cause & effect by having fun. Some of the sounds it makes even made me giggle, I thought what a sassy Code-A-Pillar! When it does run into something, it stops completely and it's eyes light up, and makes a noise so that they know to change direction or rearrange the combination of the segments so that it can keep going.
Code-a-pillar #Review @@BestBuy @@fisherprice #TechToys #Ad such a great #Learning #Toy and fantastic for #Development, My #ASD son loves the sensory aspect of the interlocking usb sections that program each link to what what he wants next. The Music, and interaction keeps his attention. It's just a great way to introduce cause and effect with codes. We love it, this is going to be great for his #cognitive development to #Think & #Learn #ProblemSolving and #CriticalThinking The motorized segments are much more fun to attach than regular #LacingBeads these are #Interactive make #Sounds and Have fun with #Sequencing #Autism #Momma #Approved
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