This coding kit from Kano lets kids assemble a wand without making the trip to Diagon Alley. The filament in this wand isn’t phoenix feather, dragon heartstring, or unicorn hair. It’s Bluetooth. Once the wand is linked to Kano’s software, kids can use the company’s block-based language to code special wand movements and make objects on screen appear larger, float, or fart. It’s pretty magical.
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