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8.1

littleBits makes a platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks empowering everyone to create inventions, large and small. This goes beyond the coding activity, it support the foundation of technical and electronics knowledge and great tools developing creativity. With littleBits, kids learn how to be more than just consumers of technology. littleBits consists of small circuit boards with specific functions built to snap together with magnets without soldering, wiring, or programming. Each bit has its own specific function, such as light, sound, sensors, or buttons....

6.4

CodeMonkey is an online game that teaches both the fundamentals and advanced topics in computer programming. Use coding skills to program a monkey to grab bananas and ride the turtle without falling into the river! In CodeMonkey students program an adorable monkey to get all its bananas back from the bad gorilla who stole them. As they progress in the game, students will meet different friends like the trusty turtle, who will help them in their journey as they face more complex challenges...

7.1

Xiaomi Mi Bunny Robot is an interactive building block robotics kit that empowers children/teenagers to create and program their own robots. With 978 accessories, you can make anything you can imagine. The robot can be assembled in different shapes (much like how a lego-building works), but what stands as the high point of the toy robot is that it will be controllable through an app. The robot will come in a kit, which will comprise of various components like wheels, gears...

7.3

You can not start early enough to get acquainted with the IF, ELSE and SWITCH-with-set. The main advantages is that we will not sit in front of a screen and has a board that alone can not play, so its promotes socialization. The game takes place in a ski resort where 2-4 players must quickly get through the IF and ELSE WHILE loops constructed of branches and logical slalom átszakítani the finish line first.   Discover the fundamentals of computer programming by...

6.7

Tynker is a guided learning system that teaches kids to code. Young learners begin coding with visual blocks, then progress to text-based coding as they build mobile games, fly mini drones, modify Minecraft, and much more. Instead of typing the source code, kids visually drag blocks of code and snap them together. The visual design and principles are based on the free Scratch, just like Hopscotch and Snap. Lessons are designed to guide kids on a path to earning cool new badges. In...

5.7

Code Monster from Crunchzilla is an interactive tutorial for kids that focuses on action. It introduces kids and adults to the world of Javascript programming with 59 lesson. Code changes immediately yield visible results. Projects start with simple boxes and colors, rapidly progressing into exciting experiments with simple animation and fractals. Important programming concepts like variables, loops, conditionals, expressions, and functions are introduced by example.   Code Monster is a gentle and fun introduction to programming concepts. It is a first step in learning to...