The Fisher-Price Think & Learn Code-a-Pillar is a cute and engaging caterpillar that exposes preschoolers to the foundational skills to coding, like thinking skills, problem solving and sequencing. After all, today’s preschoolers may be the coders and programmers of tomorrow.
Preschoolers can arrange Code-A-Pillar’s easy-to-connect segments in endless combinations to send Code-a-Pillar on his path: forward, left, right, or even wait for a couple seconds before moving again.
Kids can configure the eight included light-up segments in such a way that the Code-A-Pillar can reach targets (two included) they set up throughout the room.
Move over, Democrats. Get out of the way, Republicans.
This 8-inch Wendy is the best candidate for the 2016 presidential race.
This is a BB-8 is sized to have real adventures with kids.
This is a 31-inch scale BB-8 (16-inch to top of his head plus 2-inch of antenna)
Features authentic movie light and sounds activated with push button
His head moves manually up and down and back and forth (lots of movement)
Hidden utility arm/tool pops out of body and includes his “flame tool” letting BB-8 give a “thumbs up” like he does in the film
Also includes optional snap in stabilizer pegs for display. (he is round and otherwise can¹t stand up but he does not roll).
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