Not Too Creepy Crawly

Coding has always been like a foreign language to me.  (Come to think of it, so has English.)  However, coding appears to be the language of the future for techies-to-be. 

So, Fisher-Price has developed a learning toy, Code-a pillar™, that allows youngsters to arrange and re-arrange segments of a cute plastic critter's body to produce an endless array of moving and flashing light combinations.  FP says: "This learning toy encourages experimentation while developing important skills like problem solving, planning & sequencing and critical thinking."  Where were you when I was 5?  Maybe I could've skipped first grade.

From Fisher-Price.

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