Let’s Talk Robots: Resources for Young Makers. Andrew writes –
A friend of mine recently asked my advice. Apparently his twelve year old nephew is turning out to be “quite the geek”. As my friend described his nephew’s love to take stuff apart and make something new with it, I could tell we had the beginnings of a fine young maker.
The challenge is that the boy’s parents are not necessarily so technical. They know that he built something out of an Xbox and laptop, but they cannot begin to explain what it is. They’ve tried to support him by getting him some kits from Radio Shack, but he wasn’t really challenged by them.
My friend turned to me for some suggestions for challenging kits that would not “do any damage to the house”. So here is my list of…
Resources for Young Makers!
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