Make a very simple buggy using a Raspberry Pi and an Explorer HAT
Resource to map the weather from the weather station database
Create a tweeting touch screen photo booth
Take temperature measurements from the Raspberry Pi's CPU at given intervals and log the data
Networking scheme of work for the Raspberry Pi
Repository of components used in Raspberry Pi learning resources
Script to customise a raspbian install for education team
Create and program a reaction game using sweets/candy as a button
Create a magic window in Scratch so you can see what the weather is like, anywhere in the world
Make a Raspberry Pi Whoo-pi cushion
Simulate the effects of weightlessness in Space with this Scratch game
How to set up a time-lapse with a Raspberry Pi using a standard USB webcam
Instructions and tutorials on how to set up the Raspberry Pi weather station
A resource to access the weather-station database in Scratch
A series of lessons using matplotlib to visualise sorting algorithms
Using Scratch 2.0 on Raspberry Pi
Make a Babbage Bear that takes photos and sends tweets!
Draw snowflakes with code using Python Turtle
This scheme of work has been designed as an introduction to text based programming using Python on the Raspberry Pi. By the end of all the lessons students will have created an interactive chat bot and have been introduced to the computer science concept of artificial intelligence.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Raspberry Pi
How to set up a time-lapse with a Raspberry Pi using the camera module
Guide for using Raspberry Pis in the classroom
Turn your text into pirate speak using HTML and jQuery
This beginner tutorial allows you to tell a story with code. It demonstrates the simple use of if/else statements to evaluate user input that generates a cute fairy story.
Create a digital landscape with your Raspberry Pi by making an electronic garden of spinning flowers, pinwheels and even some bees! Who said gardening was difficult?
space themed maze game in Scratch 2.0
In this lesson, students will create a Raspberry Pi-powered Harry Potter style sorting hat. Students will also learn how to connect a Pibrella and program it to control the sorting hat