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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Libre-respecting CS or engineering toys for ki

From: Pen-Yuan Hsing
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Libre-respecting CS or engineering toys for kids?
Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2016 13:23:47 +0000
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Thanks! I would love to get the book for myself, but are there toys/gifts that would be for 3-5 year old kids?

On 01/12/16 13:13, Berkem Dincman wrote:
The book would be for you, with dozens of suggestions. As a Guide for
programming instructions.

1 Ara 2016 ÖS 4:09 tarihinde "Pen-Yuan Hsing" <
<>> yazdı:

    Thanks for the suggestions!! However, might it be too advanced for
    3-5 year olds? I don't know what the book looks like on the inside,
    do you think it'll work?

    On 01/12/16 12:40, Berkem Dincman wrote:

        Programming Interactivity: A Designer's Guide to Processing,
        and Openframeworks

        1st Edition

        1 Ara 2016 ÖS 3:32 tarihinde "Pen-Yuan Hsing"
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            Dear libreplanet,

            I'm hoping to buy some toys as gifts for a couple kids aged
            ~3-5, and I'm hoping to get them (especially the little girls)
            interested in the STEM (science, technology, engineering,
        and math)

            Can people recommended some freedom-respecting toys for this
            purpose? It doesn't even have to be something installed in a
            computer, for example CS Unplugged
            has a great book that teaches basic computer science principles.

            Maybe we can then submit these ideas to the FSF's holiday gift
            recommendations list.

            Thank you!

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