Photo Credit: Kano

 

What if there was a way to teach your kids coding and STEM skills that was fun for them at the same time?

 

Now there is!

 

Kano has announced the release of their new Harry Potter coding kit.

 

 

The kit includes a wand that the user gets to assemble themselves and correlating games in which they must complete more than 70 coding challenges.

 

The wand pairs with the software, making it easier than ever to levitate feathers and compose music with a simple flick and swish.

 

Players can use the wand in conjunction with any tablet or computer to learn simple coding techniques and terms like loops, logic, and variables.

 

Photo Credit: Kano

 

There is no need to worry about the difficulty level of the challenges either!

 

Kano has made the exercises fun and easy to learn for our little ones. So, they can learn complex skills without getting overwhelmed or frustrated.

 

Throughout the game, rewards are offered after each challenge is completed. Children can win medals, costumes, creatures, and XP to incentivise them to continue engaging their creativity with each step.

 

The Harry Potter coding kit is available for pre-order now at the price of approximately 99.99 and includes a free motion sensor kit along with a one-year warranty.

 

Photo Credit: Kano

 

The official release date for the product is October 1st, so make sure to grab one before they sell out.

 

What a magical way to motivate our kids to be creative and learn new skills!

 

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