About The Raspberry Pi for kidsWith computer coding and programming now part of the school curriculum, children as young as five will now be developing their computing skills alongside English and Maths. The Raspberry Pi might be small but its potential is enormous. The aim of this guide is to tap into that by helping parents and children get started with their Pi and work together on a wide range of fun projects that are both enjoyable and educational. We have updated the content for 2015 to include even more great tasks to try, and to introduce the latest additions to the Pi range.
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