We love Micro:bits at Code Rangers. They're easy to code, they're cheap, and they don't need to be connected to a computer. When we use them in a classroom there is lots of collaboration, discussion and many 'a-ha' moments 💡.
At Code Rangers we're fascinated with language recognition and translation at the moment, with many of our students exploring chatbots and voice-activated personal assistants in class.
We wanted to share a simple app project using Thunkable. When we sat down to write a step by step guide we realized it was SO simple a video worked even better. Follow along and in ten minutes you can design and code a handy Android app to translate phrases between languages.