“Robot Turtles is a board game you play with your favorite 3-8 year old kids.
It sneakily teaches the fundamentals of programming.
Robot Turtles launched on Kickstarter, where it became the bestselling board game of all time.
Which is pretty darn amazing.”
TiddlyBot is a simple little funbot with some amazing features. It draws, follow lines, and helps with the learning of technology.
Tiddly Bot introduces anyone to the exciting world of robotics in a fun and simple way. Tiddles is great for the learning of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, (STEM) as well as basic robotics and programming.
This i a beginners Raspberry PI project that simulates traffic intersection signals on six LEDs. Interpreted for the deaf.
Google is offering vouchers to any women and minorities interested in learning how to code, CNET’s Seth Rosenblatt reports.
In a blog post from Gregg Pollack, CEO of the Code School, Google is paying for three free months for any women and minorities interested in tech to expand their skills.
Thanks to Alicia Thibaudet for letting me know that unfortunately they aren’t taking applications any more. Here is the official word from Google.
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This Python module lets you interact with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 bricks using intuitive, easy-to-understand methods. It communicates with the EV3’s native firmware, so there is no need to create a bootable SD card; just turn on the brick and start coding.
Hopscotch is an iPad app that lets kids drag and drop blocks of code to create their own programs!