With 2018's Moonhack event seeing 35,000+ kids simultaneously coding around the world, the aim for the 50th anniversary of the moon landing is for 50,000+ kids to take on the challenge.
A record-breaking Kickstarter-listed project entitled Cubetto has not only won awards and is Montessori-approved, but teaches kids how to code with wood, no screens, and is on sale now.
Just in time for Computer Science Education Week in the US, from 5 to 11 December, both Microsoft and Code.org "believe the new offering will again introduce tens of millions to coding for the first time".
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