DIY App Tests Kids' Imaginations

5/14/2014 6:00:00 PM
Title: Instructables
Summary:  Slick DIY app with projects that have classroom potential
Pros: Unique ideas appeal to a wide range of interests.
Cons: Some projects deal with iffy topics or are otherwise inappropriate for students to attempt.
Bottom Line: Cool project ideas and let tweens and teens showcase their creativity and instruction-writing skills; supervision required.
 
 

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