Tag Archive: constructionism

Coding Pirates Beta test Invitation

Alright! I earlier announced that Constructing Kids (Martin Exner) and Lizard Factory (Nils Munch) was in the progress of designing a game that teaches kids to code and be “it-creative”. The game is… Continue reading

control LEGO robots with your smartphone – LEGO Mindstorm EV3 announced!

Almost 14 years after the release of the first generation of LEGO Mindstorms, third generation of LEGO Mindstorms named EV3 was announced this year at CES, Las Vegas. The biggest change: Implementing the best from… Continue reading

REVIEW: Apparatus. Unlimited Sandboxing Android app

When I was a kid, I used to read the comics by the Danish political artist Storm P. Especially his crazy inventions inspired me, and I made drawings similar to his, but with… Continue reading

BOOK REVIEW: “HOW MACHINES WORK : BUILD YOUR OWN WORKING MODELS”

At an ordinary day at the mall, I saw this at the bookstore. “How Machines Work” by Nick Arnold and Allan Sanders. This would be a perfect christmas present for my four-year-old son.… Continue reading

Follow Up: What Happend To Caine’s Arcade

It’s been a year, since we first heard about Caine Monroy and his Arcade. Back then, a guy named Nirvan Mullick bought a fun-pass, and got so amazed by Caine’s skills and imagination,… Continue reading

REVIEW: Where’s My Water?? (iPhone/iPod/iPad/Android)

Is it possible to learn physics from a gravity-based game? I don’t know. But you can learn to solve problems with “Where’s My Water”. The game is about an alligator who lives in the… Continue reading

Caine’s Arcade. A constructing kid + web 2.0 = Awesomeness!!

This 9-year-old boy Caine created his own arcade only using cardboard and whatever he had in his possession. He took the “playing shop with your toys” a step further! His dad, an auto mechanic,… Continue reading

Review: Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology and Medicine

A few weeks ago, I was on a short trip in Oslo with my wife and kids. I was determined to visit a child-friendly museum of some sort. I surfed the net and… Continue reading

Review: Scribblenauts Remix (iPhone/iPad/iPod)

The app Scribblenauts Remix for iPhone/iPad/iPod is an action puzzle problem-based game, originally for the Nintendo DS. It is published by Warner Bros. Interactive. The objective is to solve a puzzle by conjuring… Continue reading

What is this blog?

Jump to Gears Of My Childhood Click here I watch how many parents and teachers buys smartphones, tablets and lots of app’s and then they think the child will learn, just like that!… Continue reading