Combine your love for math and art with Scratch!

Become a coding musician with Sonic Pi!

It's project time! In this article we go over how the same processes used in big factories can be used to control a simple LED.

Explore the solar system and test your knowledge of space through this fun coding activity.

Create a simple electronic game with CircuitPython and Adafruit, and test your reflexes against friends and family!

Put the digital world aside and go back to the days of analog circuits with this cool open source application.

A new online tool that lets you play around with virtual circuits.

A fun, DIY electronics project that’ll keep you from bumping around in the dark!

The craft world and the tech world collide in this fun, hands-on activity.

Create an electronic obstacle course and test the steadiness of your hands as you navigate through.

An old classic with a electronic twist, featuring JavaScript and micro:bit.

Two small projects introducing you to Edublocks, a language that bridges the gap between Scratch and Python.

Use micro:bit and cardboard to create a Jedi knight that sounds the alarm when evil approaches!

Protect your home with micro:bit!

Build your own voice-controlled digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi and an analog speaker.

Create a new and improved variation of the classic 1960s board game with micro:bit.

Create illuminating art with micro:bit

Use micro:bit to water your plants!

The micro:bit is a not too expensive board that lets you easily build projects to learn about computing.

A fun way to learn basic electronics and coding with Python but minus the old rotting hat.

Here's a fun game you can create with Scratch2 that draws geometric shapes!

This project creates a math quiz to test your multiplication and division skills.

To celebrate this wonderful time of the year, let’s create some holiday music using Sonic Pi on our Raspberry Pi.

This is a great project for a morning or afternoon. Plus you will have a board game to play when you're done.