Fisher Price Code-a-Pillar

This adorable caterpillar toy could help teach toddlers to code.

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The Fisher-Price Code-a-Pillar takes coding concepts and puts them in the hands of toddlers. The adorable caterpillar-shaped toy is composed of different segments, each of which commands the caterpillar to perform a specific movement or action. Kids can put them together in any order they like, and the commands are performed sequentially. While your toddler won’t be writing JavaScript anytime soon, the Code-a-Pillar is a fun way to teach logic and rudimentary coding concepts.

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