Children—and their parents—can learn computer science...without computers.

Computer science is a fundamental literacy today. Computational thinking is a skill of logic and problem-solving that can be extended across all disciplines. When computer science is introduced to children, it is often with screens. With growing evidence of the detrimental effects on a child’s development, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends we limit screen time for children, and none at all for children under 5.

Learning Beautiful provides a simple yet effective, beautiful yet practical platform to teach children the basics of computer science, without computers. We create Montessori-inspired, timeless toys that engage students when they’re young.