First off I hope all is well with you and yours after these couple storms we’ve just been through. I wanted to thank you for making those great skill badges for kids. My Daughters( 9 & 7) are hooked. At around 3 bucks a pop it is a great little motivator for them to learn some pretty fun stuff. Plus it is Dad & Daughter time at its finest. I was looking for a way to make electronics/programming fun for them and also to give them a reason to drive on when things get a little tough. Problems always seem to pop up along the way in code and circuits. The Badges work as that goal.
My oldest wants to know if you ‘d ever make a Scratch badge, Squishy
Circuits badge or A 555 timer badge.
She’d have earned all three already but maybe they’d be a hit.
Thanks again for all you do.
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