Help your kid grow their STEM skills with this hands-on kit

Looking for fun STEM activities to try at home with your kids? Check out this DIY kit packed with 50 projects.

  • Encouraging an early interest in STEM can build a strong foundation for your child's math and science skills in the future.
  • The best way to teach them is with hands-on projects that are enjoyable to them.
  • Help your kid grow their skills with over 50 hands-on projects in this all-in-one STEM electronics kit.
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This $50 crash course can boost your skills in electronics, programming, and robotics

Learn the ins and outs of Raspberry Pi, Python, and ROS2 from talented engineers.

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Learn AI and data science with Python for less than $40

These nine courses introduce you to the future of programming.

  • Python is one of the world's most popular general-purpose programming languages.
  • Programmers love Python's features, including clear code with significant use of whitespace.
  • Python is often used in fields like AI, artificial neural networks, and data science.
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Become a data science pro with this Excel course

This eight-course bundle is your deep dive into PivtotTables, Power Query, and so much more.

  • While traditionally considered boring, spreadsheets are one of the most powerful data analytics tools around.
  • Microsoft Excel has greatly expanded to become an essential visualization platform.
  • In an era in which data is king, this realm of data processing has never been so important.
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No coding skills? No problem. Build your dream website with POD Studio.

POD Studio helps you design a professional and stunning website in just a few clicks.

  • Owning and operating a personal website remains the best way to flaunt your unique skillset.
  • Unlike the early days of the web, you don't need to know any coding to get your own site up and running.
  • POD Studio will help you get your site live in a matter of hours.
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