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Designed for all those who love to create, mCookie is a series of small, stackable, and Arduino-compatible electronic building blocks.
For children ages 5 and up, mPuzzle helps kids learn the fundamentals of coding and electronics.
For children ages 7 and up, mPie teaches children introductory hardware coding and more advanced electronic and product design concepts.

Microduino Mix Kits

Targeted at children ages 9 and up, Microduino Mix Kits are a progressive, four-level STEM education learning system which teaches children all about coding, electronics, and product design.

About Microduino

Founded in 2012, and based in Westlake Village, Calif., Microduino is an award-winning global designer, developer, manufacturer and seller of stackable electronic building blocks, related components, and in-class science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning systems which encourage and enhance inventors’ creativity, imagination, and ingenuity through project-based learning.

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