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Cue

A clever robot that helps older kids learn how to code

Cue is an incredibly clever robot with a witty attitude that’s full of interactive surprises! Choose from 4 unique avatars to customize cue with a personality that’s right for you. The more you explore, the more you’ll discover what cue can do.

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RoboGarden

E-learning platform that enables kids to learn how to code.

Robogarden is an educational programming platform that enables kids to learn to code. Instead of typing the source code, you visually drag puzzle-like blocks of code and snap them together. Named among the Top 50 startups by Startup Grind in 2018. Also a finalist at the GESS Awards in 2018.

PRWeb
Startup Grind today announced the induction of 50 Companies into the Class of 2018 Global Class of Startupps Program. This program was developed to provide greater recognition and awareness about innovative, rising entrepreneurial stars around the world. The latest class represent an exclusive class of pre-seed and seed stage companies.
Calgary
Robogarden aims to bring software programming to public schools - we'll find out about its launch
Business-standard
Read more about Eupheus Learning joins hands with Canada based RoboGarden on Business Standard. In a bid to boost computer coding literacy in India, Eupheus Learning ,an education-technology start up has entered into an exclusive strategic partnership with Canada based RoboGarden.The partnership was announced at the DST-CII Technology Summit
Calgaryeconomicdevelopment
Three Calgary companies can now add Top 50 Startup of 2018 to their portfolio. ShareSmart, Acuspire, and RoboGarden competed against 6,000 global tech companies for this title at Startup Grind Global - held in Silicon Valley this past February. With over one million members in 350 cities, Startup Grind is a global tech community designed to educate, inspire,… See more
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Pip

A handheld device that teaches coding and electronics.

Pip is a handheld device that allows you to code, experiment with electronics and play thousands of retro games. Based on Raspberry Pi Compute Module, Raspberry Pi co-founder, Eben Upton is a big fan. Make your own apps, games and playthings whenever and wherever inspiration strikes. Make controllers out of fruit/veg/anything! Pip is for all ages

The Next Web
Pip, from Glasgow's Curious Chip, is a novel take on teaching kids to code. For starters, much like the Nintendo Switch, it works when you're out and about, and when you're sat at a desk. Interestingly, it tries to hide as much of Raspberry Pi's internals from the user as possible.
TechCrunch
Another UK startup is using Pi electronics as the foundation for an edtech business idea, and Kickstarter to try to crowdfund their product: A learn-to-code retro games console.
The Verge
As every child hacker knows, even if you can convince your parents to buy you a Switch, and you can find one in stock, the prospect of homebrew software on a Switch is still a ways off. A new K...
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