The study of logic, I believe, should encompass system study and the study of logic itself. It should not be limited to one or a number of systems, such as programming systems designed for children. To my understanding, The exploration of thought, within the discipline of logic can expose the new perspectives that are the foundations of new developments.
Forming minds need nourishing. No more than the use of a computer comes easy to children, systems built on simple logic will quickly be absorbed by them. When dealing with children learning Scratch, ideally, it is important to be aware of the moment when their understanding goes beyond that system and be prepared to introduce another concept for them. An interested mind can find the creation and study of fractals a challenge. A forming mind particularly, a bright one, needs to be allowed dwell on, and encouraged to absorb systems and then move on.
If we confine our childrens’ study of logic to occupation on an existing system designed for a computer that is based on a binary system, we could find that their ability to explore and be curious will be curtailed.
The greatest book of all is nature itself, with all her undiscovered mysteries.