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Hummingbird Makes Coding Easy

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Greg M. Jung
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Greg M. Jung   7/20/2014 1:59:03 PM
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Agreed.  Very nice tool to introduce STEM at a young age.  The robotics portion of this kit should give the kids very good visual feedback on the quality of their code and keep their interest and engagement at a high level.

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Daniyal_Ali   7/10/2014 3:52:03 AM
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Very right Cabe. Nowadays the kids have so many resources to learn from. It would be quite disappointing if they are not able to achieve something exceptional in the future.

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francisB   7/10/2014 1:22:17 AM
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Wow! Kids can make that kind of codes. They are really brilliant.

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Cabe Atwell   7/9/2014 4:22:52 PM
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If the next generation are not tech masters, I will be knocked out. 

So much is being pumped into STEM, there are so many "teach kids programming" options that they should not be able to avoid it. 

Wish I had all this as a kid.

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Elizabeth M   7/9/2014 8:14:29 AM
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There are a lot of new solutions out there to promote kids' interest in STEM fields and also allow them to program robots and other devices. I've written abou a few. Hummingbird seems another one that can go on this list and will help not only kids but novice programmers take advantage of new tech.

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