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Small Size, Great Power!
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"To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk." -Thomas Edison
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Microduino lights the way to learning! Our mCookie Basic 102 Kit is a fun way to learn programming and LED lighting applications- check it out: http://bit.ly/2Bd3hmo
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Legos are proven to help with child development, and this is especially true when combined with our Microduino kits! Learn why: http://bit.ly/2rjXyeu #legolearning #stem
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We have thousands of tutorials, user-submitted content, and Wiki docs available to generate ideas creative projects! Check out our Idea Lab:
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"If we worked on the assumption that what is accepted as true really is true, then there would be little hope for advance."-Orville and Wilbur Wright
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#TestimonialTuesday "I'd recommend this product to any parent or teacher who is interested in getting their kids or students interested in programming, circuitry, or just using their imagination to make something fun!" See why your kids will love it, too: http://bit.ly/2jsn6BQ
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"STEM" has become a buzzword in education, but do you know why is it really so important for children? Learn more about how it will benefit them in the future:
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Set your imagination soaring! The Microduino Quadcopter Kit is the perfect way to start your DIY collection: http://bit.ly/2jsn6BQ
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Test the bounds of your creativity and ingenuity. What will you discover? http://bit.ly/2jsn6BQ #stem #legolearning #kidswhocode #steamlearning #creativity
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Using mPie's components, you discover 'hardware coding', which helps children visualize the logical order of things in a physical way. Give your future scientist something they'll love: http://bit.ly/2AwbYrx
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