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  • Ellyn Chapman

    This is a great idea! Kinda loops kids back around from being glued to their pc's and whatever to getting outside and doing! I think the adult version is pinterest :)

  • Casey Caplowe

    Hmm, turns out this might be really focused on kids. But that doesn't mean i don't want to use it. Or maybe wish there was a grown up version.

    • Natalie Houston

      Yes, a version for adults would be great! I actually like how simple the projects are. I could definitely learn a lot.

      • Lindsey Smith

        I definitely agree Natalie. I hope this becomes a trend of new sites, so we don't always need pinterest to find DIY projects!

      • Casey Caplowe

        I know. it seems like there's so much amazing potential in it. I might start playing around anyway and hope its not weird.

        • Diana Wannaplaypingpong

          It's currently geared towards kids ages 6-13 but we're rolling out with "Elder" accounts for adults who want to make How To's for kids in the near future. Check for daily updatez

          • Casey Caplowe

            That's cool. Thanks Diana. Is there a way to get on a list to be notified of that, or should i just stay tuned with the blog?

    • Doris Yee and OBI by Mozilla does have a stronger focus on introducing badging to kids prior to education. Nonetheless, we should keep in mind that these incentives, feedback loops, and design systems can be applied to anyone learning anything new. We were often referenced for Coding for GOOD alongside these two platforms.

      • Casey Caplowe

        The way their "Did It" button prompts to post images and/or video is really cool. Like to do it, you've got to prove you did it. Thus adding in way more content and support for others who might want to do it.

        • Doris Yee

          "Proof" or "prove" is often sometimes a game-like word. I kept using the word "reflection" the last couple of days.