Logo was invented by Daniel G. Bobrow, Wally Feurzeig, Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon especially for teaching coding.
Even though Logo was first created in 1967, it is still a really good first text language. This is because it comes with a ‘turtle’ that moves and draws by following commands that are quick and easy to type. In addition, it has all the features of a computer language so you can make advanced and complex programs with it.
For example, you can tell the turtle to go forward 100 units by typing:
You used Logo, probably without realising it, when you programmed Bee Bots.