HacKIDemia, OpenTechSchool and Toywheel are bringing the hackathon format of working together on technology in interactive workshops to the world of Kids in Berlin with their first Kids Hackathon on Sunday, April 28th 2013.
Do you have a child (6 to 15 years old) and you want them to learn the latest technologies hands on and by experimenting in interactive workshops? Bring them to our Kids Hackathon where they learn to use microcontrollers, crafts and programming to express themselves and their ideas in the areas of interactive storytelling, space, music, healthcare and body functions, environment and ocean.
The Kids Hackahton will take place Sunday, April 28th 2013 from 10:00 a.m. at Immobilien Scout 24, Andreasstraße 10, 10243 Berlin near train station Ostbahnhof. Workshops will be held in both German and English, the event is free to attend but donations are encouraged. In order to participate you have to subscribe. You can register by filling in this form.
Or if you want to help us coach the kids, register here and come to the next prepration meetup.
You can find the corresponding press releases including the flyer here in English, German, Arabic and Turkish.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://blog.opentechschool.org/2013/04/first-kids-hackathon-in-berlin.html