Seven kids coding projects that crowdfunded their first steps

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Kano, Play-i, Primo, Hello Ruby, Robot Turtles, ScratchJr and Craft Computer Club turned to the crowd for first funding There’s currently a big buzz around the idea of kids learning to code, fuelled in the UK by the fact that from September,…

Norton Gusky‘s insight:

Coding projects that are using crowd-funding. Includes ScratchJr, the younger version of Scratch that hopes to be ready for the summer of 2014. 

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