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A series of activities using electronic stickers, which let you create, craft and code technology through arts and crafts.
A set of tools and hands-on workshops developed to help people learn data literacy concepts in safe, engaging, familiar ways.
A series of fun, hands-on maker clubs that encourage children 7-10 to use cardboard, tape, wood, fabric, LED lights, motors, and more to bring their stories and inventions to life.
Duct Tape Network
A workshop series that engages children and their parents to learn together — as designers and inventors — through the use of creative technologies.
Family Creative Learning
Learning Beautiful creates timeless toys to teach computer science to young children, without the use of computers.
Tutorials, activities, and starter projects to help people learn Scratch, a visual programming language for making interactive stories, games, and animations.
Spin is a build-it-yourself photography turntable system that lets you capture how your DIY projects come together over time.