Issue #343 - How is the home learning going?
Welcome to 2021. Feels weird being back at work. Is it weird?
Anyway, we’ve already packed a couple of cool projects on the blog for you to build and code yourself, plus a whimsical art installation made from old toys. And Wireframe is the first of our in-house magazines to release a new issue.
Remember the cool mini International Space Station we showed you last year? We virtually met the brains behind that incredible concept and share their stories so you can get to know them better too.
And finally, the Raspberry Pi Foundation is working as hard as ever to support you with learning and teaching at home. Check out the free resources for students, parents, and teachers in our lead story, and please share them with anyone who might benefit.
Take it easy,
Learning at home with the Raspberry Pi Foundation(raspberrypi.org) Our free resources are here for you!
Code your own Pipe Mania puzzler(raspberrypi.org) Code a homage to Pipemania using Python and PyGame Zero
Smart Fairy Tale(raspberrypi.org) It's not Chucky, but still...
Get up to speed about video games with Jonic!(raspberrypi.org) The Digital Making at Home crew is BACK!
Raspberry Pi ‘Swear Bear’ keeps your potty mouth in check(raspberrypi.org) This is *way* cuter than a swear jar
Wireframe #46 out NOW(wireframe.raspberrypi.org) Tarsier Studios tells us about its upcoming sinister sequel, Little Nightmares II
Meet team behind the mini Raspberry Pi–powered ISS(raspberrypi.org)
You work at NASA?!
So many code-along videos for your kids!(youtube.com)
Subscribe to the Raspberry Pi Foundation to keep your young ones coding at home
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