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CodeQuest

Mini-games that intro kids to HTML and web development

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Lambda School

A full Computer Science education - free until you get a job

Kirill Zubovsky- Troublemaker. Founder. Dad
From what I've seen, Austen and Co are doing a great job getting their students motivated to learn. Did you know that for the most online courses, students don't go past a second lesson? Doesn't matter how much it costs, students lose motivation and go to something easier. At least with Lambda, you'd be able to find a job when you're done , and this way you … See more
Karen Dawn Zachary
Free until you get a job. Great instructors, tons of personal support. All live online. Six months full time.
Karen Dawn Zachary
$0 until you're hired. Full time for six months. Or evenings and Saturdays for a year. Instructors from NASA, Stanford, MIT, Etc
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Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit

Build a wand. Learn to code. Make magic.

Build a wand and learn to code with step-by-step challenges, inspired by the Wizarding World

The wand works with software and a connected app to capture movements and turn them into rich effects. It lets you make serpents slither, toads transfigure, fires flow, feathers float, goblets duplicate, and more.

Bloomberg Quint
When it's released in October through a partnership with Warner Bros., Kano's Harry Potter coding kit will cost $99 and introduce children to programming languages such as JavaScript, which has real-world uses in modern web design and software development.
The Telegraph
There are few things that can spark a child's imagination quite like Harry Potter. Now, London-based technology start-up Kano has partnered with Warner Brothers to harness the magical potential of the fictional world to teach young people how to code.
TechCrunch
Kano has been an undeniable success story. The company, which began life as a Kickstarter project, had shipped north of 200,000 of its Raspberry Pi coding kits by the end of last year. 2017 also saw the company raise a $28 million round and get backing from Sesame Street's Sesame Ventures.
VentureBeat
Harry Potter is turning his attentions from battling dark wizardry to teaching kids how to code, after DIY computing kit maker Kano today unveiled a partnership with Warner Bros to launch a new coding kit.
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Code Kingdoms

Inspiring kids to learn coding through playing games

Making learning to code accessible, fun and engaging is the jumping off point of London-based startup Code Kingdoms.

Its educational JavaScript teaching software targets the six- to 13-year-old age-range, and can be played either as a web app via the Code Kingdoms’ site, or as an iOS app.

TechCrunch
Making learning to code accessible, fun and engaging is the jumping off point of London-based startup Code Kingdoms, which has today launched out of beta, after trialling its game for the past year with around 25,000 kids and 700 schools.
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The Amazing Annoyatron

The fun way for kids to learn about coding and electronics

The Amazing Annoyatron is the fun, new way for kids to learn about coding and electronics. Designed for kids aged 9-15, the kit includes over 20 cool creations that they can build (and re-build) whilst building their STEM skills.

Oh, and did we mention that this was developed by Michael Nixon, a 14-year-old entrepreneur from Australia?

Dynamic Business
Michael Nixon - a 14-year-old entrepreneur from Wagga Wagga, NSW - has out-pitched seven startups to be crowned the first-ever Australia Post Regional Pitchfest national champion. Impressing the judges with his innovation, The Amazing Annoyatron - an educational kit that introduces kids and teen
EduKits
We get a lot of parent's wondering about whether letting an Amazing Annoyatron into their house is going to be a good thing or not. We say it's going to be better than good, it's going to be great!
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RoboFellow

An app where children can enter commands and run real code.

RoboFellow is an application where children enter commands and run real code. They can see the result of their instructions right away as the robot follows the code they just entered. Kids can control EV3 and WEDO robots through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The RoboFellow application is available for iOS 9.0 and above, or for Android 4.4 and above.

Robogarden
There's no better way to inspire children and introduce them to key programming concepts than with Lego Mindstorms. Lego Mindstorms lets kids build a robot out of Lego blocks, and then program it to perform actions.
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