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WIN A Kano Educational Computer For Kids Worth £99!

31/03/2015 15:26 | Updated 31 May 2015

WIN a Kano educational computer for kids worth £99!

Enter our free competition for your chance to win one of three Kano educational computers that kids can make and code themselves, worth £99!

Meet Kano, the computer that kids can build and code from scratch! With the assistance of a storybook, Kano promises a Lego-like, creative experience with an added bonus: kids can learn to code – the most sought after skill of the 21st century!

One of the most successful Kickstarter projects ever: You don't need to be a tech expert to understand the value of this computer for your children's future. Kano is one of the most backed projects on Kickstarter ever, after raising $1.5 million in just one month, with Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple) as a backer and presence on Guardian, Telegraph, CNN, Financial Times, Forbes, and a lot more! See what all the fuss is about at www.kano.me.

Eye-catching, intuitive design: Kano is not only a great educational tool - it also has a pretty awesome design. America's biggest tech publications have named Kano in their favourite designs of 2014 and 2015, including CNN, Wired, Fortune, Recode. The story doesn't end there; the company also has a pretty neat website! Check it out here.

Why Kano?

Making hardware: Kids can build the computer, which is as easy and fun as Lego!

Learning to code: Pick from over 100 apps to learn to code with, including Minecraft, Snake and the first arcade game ever, Pong.

Problem solving skills: Pick up the same skills as a real-life software engineer!

Creativity: Build your own games and programmes and be creative with technology.

All of this with minimal parental supervision as the kit comes with a full storybook and an incredibly safe, kid-friendly interface!

Three lucky winners will each receive a Kano computer worth £99.

For your chance to win, please enter your details below before 10am on Friday April 3.

Good luck!

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