Coding with Play-Doh | Hive Learning Network Pittsburgh

Kaylee, age 10, squeezes pink Play-Doh into arrow shapes. She’s chosen this medium to be the conductive material for a Makey Makey joystick she’s assembling in order to test the video game she just coded using Scratch.

Source: hivepgh.sproutfund.org

Girls as well as boys relish making games and using tools like Makey Makey that turn any conductive material into an input device or game controller. Here’s a story about an out-of-school program in Pittsburgh, but many K-8 schools are using Scratch and Makey Makey successfully. 

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