Get started with Physical Computing with these brilliant Raspberry Pi/Scratch resources

US-based Raspberry Pi Certified Educator Amanda Haughs has been very busy developing resources involving the Raspberry Pi. Her latest set of resources are a series of Task Cards that aim to get children into physical computing using Scratch. The cards, which cover both Scratch 1.4 and Scratch 2.0 are available to browse and download here. I’ve also just noticed that there are Python GPIO Zero versions available too! These are outstanding resources – very colourful, very clear and just what is needed in the classroom and for workshops. Nice job, Amanda! Other resources and her personal education experiences can be found on her blogThese are all evolving resources, so check back occasionally to download the newest ones!

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