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.


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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