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British ESA astronaut Tim Peake invites UK children to exercise alongside him as he trains two hours a day on the highest and fastest gym in the Universe – travelling at 27,600 km per hour and circling the world every 90 minutes. The triathlon styled challenge encourages schools to create their own ‘spaceathlons...

This collection of sample teacher guides is from Damien Kee, who works with teachers and students around the world to improve teaching with robots. The resources can get you up-and-running using a range of robotics platforms in the classroom, and are written in an easy-to-follow, practical style.


MagPi is the official Raspberry Pi magazine. Articles range from beginner guides through to advanced programming and physical computing projects. Many of the articles are of use to teachers using Raspberry Pi computers - these have been selected and are contained within this collection.


The BrickPi is an add-on board for the Raspberry Pi. It is used to interface with Lego Mindstorms sensors and motors to create robots and other projects. This small collection includes practical tips to get started.

A series of STEM projects, bridging design and technology and computing, which make use of the BBC micro:bit microcontroller device.

A Beginner's Guide To Circuits: Nine Simple Projects with Lights, Sounds, and More!

A Beginner's Guide to Circuits is the perfect first step for anyone ready to jump into the world of electronics and circuit design. After finishing the book's nine graded projects, readers will understand...

Make: how to use a breadboard!

This comics-style manual contains 10 fun and challenging circuits you can build yourself. 

Electronics for kids: play with simple circuits and experiment with electricity

Why does the light in your bedroom turn on when you flip a switch? How does a remote controlled car move? And how do the blinking lights on your TV and microwave work, anyway? The...

The Crafty Kids Guide to DIY Electronics

This fun TAB guide features 20 creative and quirky projects that bridge the gap between electronics and craft. Each hands-on project builds electronics and craft skills in a fun way, using cheap,...

Getting started with electronics

Are you curious about what goes on inside your computer, phone, TV, or other electronic devices? Build the projects in this book to get a taste of the world of electronics. Follow simple steps to put...


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