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Learning to code in the primary classroom teaches students problem solving skills that they can then use in everyday life. Math facts become fun and engaging when solved using a robot. Figuring out how to get a robot around an obstacle course helps students to problem solve in a hands on fun activity. These skills are then used in real life situations such as how to get everything into a box or how many lollipops do I need for my friends. Robots are fun and make learning fun and engaging. Coding a robot to make turns is the beginning of programming.

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Learning to code in the primary classroom teaches students problem solving skills that they can then use in everyday life. Math facts become fun and engaging when solved using a robot. Figuring out how to get a robot around an obstacle course helps students to problem solve in a hands on fun activity. These skills are then used in real life situations such as how to get everything into a box or how many lollipops do I need for my friends. Robots are fun and make learning fun and engaging. Coding a robot to make turns is the beginning of programming.

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