Which Way? Game

Which Way? Game

£24.98

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The Which Way? coding game, an exciting strategy board game for 4-8-year-olds where your young scientist will learn key coding skills, while the whole family competes to see who can help Messy find his friends across the map fastest.

LEARN THE TOP FOUR CODING SKILLS

1. Define the mission

Where does Messy have to get to in his Oki-doodle car?

2. Plan the route

What’s the fastest route to his destination?

3. Code the program

Construct the right path by placing magnetic tiles on the board.

4. Test the route

Place the self-driving Oki-doodle car on the board and see if Messy reaches his destination.

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Ages 4-8
Your child's safety is our top priority. We have removed the small screwdriver and spare batteries from this product.
The car is operated by button batteries, please immediately dispose of them safely after changing them as they are a choking hazard.

HOW THE WHICH WAY? GAME WORKS

Having coding skills for kids at a young age is beneficial. It teaches them early on how to problem solve and encourage a growth mindset.  The Which Way? game does this and adds adventure & fun to the mix!

So why not play with the whole family and see who can help Messy Monster visit all his friends across the map first – the kids or the grown-ups?

 


LEARN THE TOP FOUR CODING SKILLS

1. Define the mission

1. Define the mission

Where does Messy have to get to in his Oki-doodle car?

2. Plan the route

2. Plan the route

What's the fastest route to his destination?

3. Code the program

3. Code the program

Construct the right path by placing magnetic tiles on the board.

4. Test the route

4. Test the route

Place the self-driving Oki-doodle car on the board and see if Messy reaches his destination.


EXPLORE THE WHICH WAY? GAME



AWARDS

Science Film festival
BBD&PA
Wellcome
Stack Awards
Music & Sound winner
Good Practice Award
British Science week
Junior design awards