Choosing to buy a Pi for tech-inclined kids is a no-brainer, the big question is helping them decide what to do with it so we’ve listed 11 great ideas to inspire your kids to turn a computer chip into real-world fun.
As parents, I believe we have to keep an eye on the job market. Not because we choose what our kids will do, but because we help to guide what they study…
Osmo is one of our favourite toys, successfully marrying screen-based games with physical activity off screen, while covering various topics like shapes, letters and numbers, disguising genuine learning as fun.
Through Hello Ruby, kids are introduced to the basic concepts of programming. They learn how to collaborate, spot a problem, break it down into a series of simpler steps, use algorithms, and debug.
The aim of this website is to document our family journey. It’s a journey about bringing up our daughters (Nina 3 and Violet 2) in a rapidly changing world and trying to think about and anticipate how to help them prepare for a future that will look very different to today.