Computer Hardware: Building a Computer. Plans and resources for a project to build understanding of computer specifications by learning to build your own computer system: looks at what's inside the case, peripheral devices and operating systems. Aimed at KS3 but could adapt for KS2. (from TES).
Having introduced and talked a little about Object Oriented Programming before and where its namesake comes from, I thought it's time we go through the absolute basics of computer programming in a non-language specific way. This is the kind of stuff computer science majors learn in the first term, and I’m aiming this at people…
12+ free watercolour tutorials. Get started watercolouring today! Some of these watercolour tutorials are done using the computer while others are done with paint and brush in hand. Some that start with the basics and others are a bit more advanced, but still doable for beginners.
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Our series of MagPi Essentials books continues with this guide to programming in Scratch. This freely-available visual programming language from MIT is particularly good for children getting to grips with starting programming, and our book is written with the younger reader in mind.