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I have always been a "science person." For a long time, this made me think I wasn't an "art person." Then I started teaching a Makerspace class along with my science classes and realized there is more to art than painting and drawing. Making has opened up a whole new world to me and I have discovered a passion for igniting that fire in my students. I'm not much for writing Instructables yet, but I love reading about what others have done and adapting them into projects fo... Read More »

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  • MargenauMaker commented on MargenauMaker's instructable Wearable Tech Wallet19 days ago
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    a无限资源无限看播放器-It depends on the skills of the kids. The Lilymini is the more entry level version of the protosnap board. It is also the cheapest. If they choose to use the light sensor or button they can only have 3 lights hooked up independently. None of my kids have the skill to write the button press code on their own so I supply it to them. Mostly I get projects that range from a couple of different flashing sequences to some that incorporate the button and sequences of flashing lights. For my kids, this is the first time most of them are writing code or working with it so I am pretty open to them doing projects of different complexity. It makes for easy differentiation. If you are looking for more complexity and potential combinations then the bigger protosnap boards might be what you want. Glad...

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    超大揭示板-It depends on the skills of the kids. The Lilymini is the more entry level version of the protosnap board. It is also the cheapest. If they choose to use the light sensor or button they can only have 3 lights hooked up independently. None of my kids have the skill to write the button press code on their own so I supply it to them. Mostly I get projects that range from a couple of different flashing sequences to some that incorporate the button and sequences of flashing lights. For my kids, this is the first time most of them are writing code or working with it so I am pretty open to them doing projects of different complexity. It makes for easy differentiation. If you are looking for more complexity and potential combinations then the bigger protosnap boards might be what you want. Glad it was helpful!



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