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Kano Kits Can Teach Your Kids Magic and Coding At the Same Time For As Low As $25

Kano Computer Star Wars The Force Kit | $50 | Amazon
Kano Computer Frozen 2 Kit | $50 | Amazon
Kano Computer Harry Potter Kit | $25 | Amazon
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Kano Computer Star Wars The Force Kit | $50 | Amazon
Kano Computer Frozen 2 Kit | $50 | Amazon
Kano Computer Harry Potter Kit | $25 | Amazon

The Kano Computer Kit is an inexpensive DIY computer designed to help kids learn how to build and code their own computer. More recent variations include sensors that let kids code their own force powers, ice powers, and magic wands in a thinly veiled—but still very fun—attempt to turn play time into an education. The Star Wars and Frozen 2-branded versions are down to $50, but for the Harry Potter fan, it’s a magically-low $25.

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Eric Ravenscraft

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