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Once upon a time, I was in deep-thinking mode and I challenged myself to answer the following riddle: How has the way I do things really changed? Then, I decided to hold hands with the ghost of technology past and find out together the significant differences between the way I solve problems today and the way I did it yesterday and imagine what kind of future to expect for the next generation of developers.
Hey! What’s up? I’m so excited because today is the first day we are officially online. :) This is the beginning of our adventure together at Pixels4Kids.
Your first mission is not only to play a lot with this table tennis game but also to experiment with the settings in order to see how you can enhance it. Can you speed up the ball? Can you change the length of the paddles? There are so many things you can do! The possibilities are endless.
Have fun and we’ll get together again soon!
Take a moment to look at your hands (yes, you should wash them more often!). Because of your hands, you have the ability to evolve more quickly than nature does. Amazing, right?! With these tools (your hands and fingers), you can grab, smash, throw, catch, push, pull . . . You name it! You can do the most complex tasks, like braiding hair or collecting change from a vending machine.
Letter to Parents
Dear parent, teacher, or guardian,