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Piper Computer Kit 2
Piper Computer Kit 2


 
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Build your own computer: solve puzzles in Raspberry Pi edition of Minecraft
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The Piper Computer Kit comes with everything kids need to build their own fully functional computer along with revolutionary software that teaches circuitry, electronics, and programming through a combination of engaging storyline, physical building, circuitry challenges, and coding projects.

BUILD YOUR OWN COMPUTER: Includes everything your child needs to build their own computer from start to finish. Solve puzzles in Raspberry Pi edition of Minecraft and continue to build power-ups in the game through physical controls, switches, buttons, & lights. No technical knowledge required! - RASPBERRY PI EDITION OF MINECRAFT: Kids play a damaged robot who needs some systems fixed. As levels progress, players find in-game directions for how to add on to their hardware, with circuitry, wiring, sensors and more. Instant feedback makes learning fun. - LEARN TO CODE: Kids learn the basics of coding with over 7 fun physical electronic games they code themselves! Following the step by step tutorials is easy and fun for kids! - FOR KIDS AGES 7-13: The Piper Computer Kit is an exciting and educational gift to give this holiday season or any season! Built to be simple for beginners Piper is also expansive and will grow as your child advances ensuring years of use and fun! - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: backed by Stanford University, recommended by Steve Wozniak, Tech Toy of The Year 2018 finalist and trusted by thousands of schools across the US, Piper will teach your children critical thinking skills, engineering, electronics, circuits, programming, and coding with hands-on play.
Piper Computer Kit 2
Piper Computer Kit for Education

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