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.
Many of us have heard of the Raspberry Pi in the past. It may sound like a food but is anything but. It is a great tool for folks who want to try exciting electronics projects. This infographic from WhoIsHostingThis shows you how to get started with it:
Raspberry Pi Projects for Kids, an open-source book by Daniel Bates, is now available online here. The book shows you how to set up your pi and also includes detailed project tutorials that are gre... (Scheduled via TrafficWonker.com)