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How I Taught My Dog to Text Me Selfies shows how to connect a puppy, button, Arduino, and basic code to send selfies. You can adapt the project do lots of different things. https://www.kidscodecs.com/dog-selfies
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Real life treasure hunts are a way to get outdoors, learn map skills, and have fun finding hidden caches near you. https://www.kidscodecs.com/geocaching/
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Computer science projects for new school year? Teaching London Computing has a zillion free example projects for teachers, parents, and kids. https://teachinglondoncomputing.org/
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How a programmer gets a fork into their code is simpler than you think. Subscription required to read article. http://bit.ly/2blcrSv
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Jeremy Kubica is a Google engineer whose new book, CS Detective, uses algorithms and computer science to solve a mystery. It's a fun way to learn and reinforce basic computer science concepts. http://bit.ly/2aRZ7DL
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This Mysterious Living Room project teaches kids user interface and design and empathy while they have fun. Includes links to docs used for project. http://bit.ly/2aT2Llv
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Doll versus (Kano) Computer? Which performs better? A clever bit of email marketing from Kano from today. If you don't know, they sell an easy to build and use computer for kids. The operating system is kid friendly and there's also a community to share code and projects. https://kano.me/
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NEW ISSUE: DIY projects geocaching, how I taught my dog to send selfies, Hour of Code resources, pygame, Raspberry Pi projects, dogfooding, and much more. https://KidsCodeCS.com
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New book from teachers AJ Juliani and John Spencer shows how to use design thinking to boost creativity and help kids learn how to make things. Also great for parents and others who want to help kids learn how to learn and make. http://bit.ly/2aRZ7DL
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Coding and STEAM Tools, organized by type and grade level, with links. Board games in the article and at the bottom of the article is a link to full list of tools. Great for teachers, parents, kids looking for ideas. http://bit.ly/2azCymX
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The BBC micro:bit is now available for non-Brits from the Technology Will Save Us website. Their site includes links to projects. If you don't know, micro:bit is a free small board and kit the BBC gives out to UK middle school students. Now you can play with micro:bit, too! https://www.techwillsaveus.com/shop/microbit-bundle/
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Teacher and librarian Colleen Graves tells how she taught invention literacy to her high school kids. From her excellent blog (colleengraves.org). http://bit.ly/2azuaEx 
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A bi-monthly magazine about kids, coding, and computer science
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Kids, Code, and Computer Science magazine is a bi-monthly online and print magazine about learning to code, computer science, and using technology.

The top photo is courtesy of Nestor Diaz/Prince George's County Memorial Library System in Maryland.
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