How to introduce kids to the concept of programming

Here’s another book to help spark kids’ interest in programming: Bueno, Carlos. Lauren Ipsum: A Story about Computer Science and Other Improbable Things. San Francisco, CA: No Starch Press, 2014. Print. This fiction book will appeal to kids in grades 5-8, who may not feel comfortable diving head-first into computer …

Meet mCookie, the powerful new magnetic, LEGO® and Arduino-compatible modules from Microduino

Let’s imagine, play, create and have some fun stacking and re-stacking the small, flexible, colorful modules into thousands of combinations. Ideal for makers, designers, engineers, students and curious tinkerers, Microduino modules and mCookie unleash your infinite creativity. With a wide variety of modules, sensors and accessories, you can easily assemble …

Learn to code by playing a video game

Code Gamer Gaming: Use sensors to control the game with this innovative gamepad Coding: Solve puzzles and challenges in the game to learn the Arduino programming language Making: Write your own programs and develop new applications for the sensors Includes Arduino-compatible microcontroller (with Bluetooth), cable, rotary control wheel, circuit board, …