The first flowcharts I ever drew up were for my computer programming class. I probably made some basic ones in my earlier classes, but I probably didn’t take them seriously enough to actually remember them. If you want to prepare your child for his or her future with flowcharts, then you might want to look into Baby’s First Flowchart.
Baby’s First Flowchart contains twenty-nine pieces including process pieces, decision points, terminators, and arrows. Take pictures of your baby playing with them, make some basic flowcharts, and give your child an early start with flowcharts.
Baby’s First Flowchart
- 29 piece play set to make flowcharts
- Wooden pieces are smooth and safe for wee hands
- Includes 12 process pieces, 3 decision points, 2 terminators, and 10 arrows
The flowchart is the ultimate in geekly organization. It streamlines the decision process by breaking up big huge OMG decisions into tiny, easy-to-answer ones. At least as adults, we can make our own decisions. If you’re a baby, the decision-making process is out of your tiny, adorable hands.
Baby’s First Flowchart is available from ThinkGeek for $34.99.