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This DIY coding kit for kids is on sale for 33% off

TL;DR: Introduce your child to a new kind of computer game with the DIY Coding Kit, on sale for $65.99 as of Aug. 26 — that’s a 33% savings.


Computer games don’t have to be brain-numbing. In fact, the right games can actually stimulate your child’s mind. If your kid is already hooked on the computer, turn their screen time into learning time with this DIY Coding Kit from Twin Science.

With the DIY Coding Kit, kids can learn coding through games, activities, and more that make it feel like fun, rather than taking a boring school course. This kit is specifically designed for children ages nine through 13 and allows them to develop their coding skills, whether they’re completely new to it or have dabbled a little on their own. 

But this kit is so much more than just a computer program. It includes an Arduino-based Twin coding module, a servo motor, ultrasonic sensor, jumper cables, and a USB data cable, so kids can use block codes to operate their own modules. Through color-coded modules, kids will easily grasp algorithmic thinking and learn how coders think and problem-solve as they work their way through activities. Since it’s compatible with LEGO bricks, there’s truly no end to the codes, games, and activities kids can learn to create and operate with the Twinner app. Even better, kids can make connections with other coders their age through the Twing Mobile app community. There, kids can gain access to more opportunities, encouragement, and community engagement.

Here’s a quick glimpse at how it works:

The Twin Coding kit normally retails for $99, but for a limited time, you can take 33% off and get it for just $65.99. Additionally, when you spend over $50 in the shop, you’ll automatically earn a $10 credit within 14 days of purchase (barring returns) to spend on anything you please.

Credit: Twin Science

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