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Back to Homepage STEAM learning play pioneers OKIDO & OjO raise £18,800 on Kickstarter’ – Angel News

London-based STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and maths) learning pioneers OKIDO and OjO, have raised £18,800 on Kickstarter, exceeding their target of £15,000.

‘First coding board game for preschoolers launches’ – PreschoolNews.net

Learning pioneers OKIDO and OjO join forces for launch of Which Way? game.

‘4 year olds play at coding’ – SME

London-based OKIDO, makers of Messy Goes to OKIDO CBeebies TV show and OKIDO arts and science magazine, and educational game and toy developer OjO, have joined forces to launch the first coding board game for four-year-olds, launching the Which Way? game as part of a joint Kickstarter campaign to raise £15,000

‘Pioneers OKIDO & OjO launch the first coding board game’ – QA Education.

London-based STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and maths) learning pioneers OKIDO and OjO, have joined forces to launch the first coding board game for four-year-olds.

‘Messy goes to OKIDO makers launch first coding board game on Kickstarter’ – Spielwarrenmesse

Okido, the London-based team behind the STEAM learning series Messy Goes to Okido on CBeebies, has joined forces with the educational toy and game firm OjO to launch a new coding board game for kids.

‘The Which Way? Game Kickstarter by OjO and OKIDO’ – Tech Age Kids

The Which Way? Game was launched on Kickstarter and was fully funded in 5 hours. The strategy game is aimed at 4-8-year-olds to learn computational thinking skills and even understand how a simple line following robot works.

‘Messy goes to Okido makers launch first coding board game on Kickstarter’ – Toynews

Okido, the London-based team behind the STEAM learning series Messy Goes to Okido on CBeebies, has joined forces with the educational toy and game firm OjO to launch a new coding board game for kids.

‘The perfect gift for curious kids’ – an OKIDO review

20/11/2017

OKIDO magazine is highly entertaining and simultaneously thought-provoking romp, featuring (among other things) the adventures of Messy Monster and his friends as they have adventures and seek answers to questions about the world and the way it works…