Are you promoting your community’s cyber safety work on social media? If so, you could win!
Our digital inclusion partner, Telstra Foundation, is providing a fantastic prize worth $5,000!
All you have to do is share your school, library, or community’s best social media efforts promoting cyber safety during National eSmart Week.
The Telstra Foundation is offering a ‘Maker party in a box’, a big, fun package filled with build-it-yourself digital making activities that inspires school-aged kids to learn coding and inventing with technology. All of the products (listed below) in the box are designed to fuel the imagination and creativity of young makers:
Technology will save us - Electro Dough
Use dough to learn the basics of electricity and circuits. Create shapes and sculptures using conductive dough and then bring them to life with light and sound!
The Makey Makey allows you to take everyday objects, like Play-Doh and fruit, and combine them with the internet to create pianos, keyboards, game controllers and so much more.
Technology will save us - Thirsty Plants
How do you know if your plant is thirsty? Build a solar powered sensor and invent new ways to keep your plant happy.
BeeBots are exciting programmable floor robots allowing you to enhance learning in Literacy, Science and Numeracy through a multitude of activities. Have fun creating and running through mazes whilst learning about sequences, problem solving and estimation.
The pack contains everything you need to get started teaching robotics and the fundamentals of programming. Designed to inspire curiosity, creativity and invention through connected play and coding, SPRK+ is far more than just a robot. Powered by the Sphero Edu app, you can easily learn programming, complete hands-on activities and share your creations with the community. Navigate a maze. Program a painting. Mimic the solar system. Swim across the water. Have a dance party… The only limit is your imagination.
Learn how to code and create electronic circuits. Mix and match and see how different circuit combinations make new inventions. This activity also has an app that can be downloaded onto your smartphone or tablet beforehand.
Entries for this competition have now closed and winners will be announced shortly.
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