- the game is suitable for players aged 6 and above;
- the box contains 179 tiles
- 91 quests included in the free Scottie Go! Edu app.
- a license key can be installed in up to 3 devices.
- organizer, as a game board, to compose algorithms and instructions.
- the game can be played by a single player.
- Scottie Go! provides great teamwork fun in groups of 2-3 learners.
THE APP MAY BE INSTALLED ON THREE DEVICES:
Scottie Go! products are a series of innovative and unique education games with an interactive programming course. Our products are based on the pioneering idea of using an interactive mobile app and physical cardboard tiles together. They have received international recognition and are being used by thousands of pupils worldwide.
Scottie Go! is a unique combination of interactive mobile applications and physical cardboard tiles, which emphasize the kinesthetic and collaborative aspects of learning. This game allows a gradual and intuitive advancement through abstract programming concepts using gamification techniques. Teachers, parents and especially kids can quickly gain basic programming skills by solving carefully crafted educational tasks. Help Scottie and become an expert in algorithmic thinking.
- A unique programming interface, in the form of tiles, makes the game child-friendly and facilitates teamwork, eliminating the fear that some children will be less involved in the learning process. Scottie Go!:
The fun of programming with cardboard tiles activates learning through all the senses,\
- Improves analytical and logical thinking skills,
- Teaches how to solve complex problems and work in a group,
- Develops algorithmic intuition,
- It teaches using technology for purposes other than entertainment.
The major components of the Scottie Go! products family are the tiles sold in the box and the free application.
The tiles are used to create programming commands which will be performed by Scottie. They also have an educational purpose: they help players to understand basic programming concepts such as loops, conditionals, variables or functions.
The app sets the tasks, scans the proposed solution and assesses the validity of the commands by capturing a photo or a video.