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Honeycomb

Build cool electronic interactive works quickly 🤖

Honeycomb is a creative and fun project dedicated to maker education for kids. Its main features are magnetic docking, music play, video play, visual programming, and so on for you to discover

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Swift Playgrounds

Learn serious code on your iPad in a seriously fun way

Sam Bahreini
My kids have used Tynker, Code.org, Kodable and many others. They consistently gravitate towards Swift Playgrounds.
Vinh Pham- 🤤
This is a good option for students provided that they have access to an ipad. This app teaches Swift code concepts and fundamentals through puzzles and simple challenges. They recently added advance skills that allow you to control robots and too.
Robert K.- Student. Chess player. Creator.
Not a book, but still a very kid-friendly tutorial on code (Swift).
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Papier Machine

The interactive printed electronic paper toy

Papier Machine is a beautiful book gathering 6 electronic paper toys that will help you understand the world of electronics!

Engadget
Dubbed " Papier Machine", this interactive booklet is actually a compendium of six electronic toys that you can tear out, assemble and play music with. Each page is silkscreened with conductive silver ink (similar to the stuff used in touchscreen-enabled gloves) and the entire kit includes everything else you'll need to complete each activity: button cell ba… See more
The Verge
An interactive booklet called Papier Machine is making beautiful STEM toys that are actually fun and accessible, by combining paper with electronic circuitry. The booklet contains pages silkscreened with conductive silver ink that can be assembled to create six electronic paper toys.
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Littlecodr

Insanely fun card game that teaches kids the basics of code

Littlecodr is an insanely fun card game that introduces code to kids ages 4 and up, created by parents tech entrepreneurs. Crowdfunded on Kickstarter, this game is introducing coding concepts to kids all across the world. Kids love to "program" their parents or friends movements while they learn about logic, prototyping and debugging.

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Kano

A computer and coding kit for all ages

Tarik Kurspahic- EVP Technology digi.me | CTO TeamData
involves basic building of the computer before coding (often skipped step)
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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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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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Crankshaft

Transform your Raspberry Pi into an Android Auto headunit.

Crankshaft is a turn-key GNU/Linux distribution for the Raspberry Pi that transforms it to an Android Auto headunit. All you need is a RPi3 board and its official 7" touchscreen.

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