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Kids can write their name in binary code! Great STEM coding project!

01001000 01100101 01101100 01101100 01101111 00100001 Those ones and zeros might not look like anything to you, but in binary code the numbers are actually saying “Hello!” Science Friday's Ariel Zych shares how you can write your own name using binary code. Any code that uses just two symbols to represent information is considered binary code. Different 01001000 01100101 01101100 01101100 01101111 00100001 Those ones and zeros might not look like anything to you, but in binary code the…

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Pin de Ara_Ara en || Symboled || | Alfabeto de lengua de signos, Palabras en lenguaje de señas, Lengua de señas

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Morse Code Puzzle from The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict Activity Book. Click Here To See The Solution

Puzzle-solving genius kids form a pint-size crime-fighting Mod Squad in this month's Backseat Book Club pick. Trenton Lee Stewart, author of The Mysterious Benedict Society, takes questions from young readers about the book's twists, turns and creative conundrums.

The Ramblings of a Multi-tasking Mama: Hieroglyphs and Cuneiform

Chapter 3 - The First Writing, Story of The World Today we read chapter 3 which was a short chapter on the earliest people to use writings, i.e. the Egyptians and Sumerians. The girls then cut out the relevant lapbooking piece from The Chronicles of the Earth blog. They had to write something in both hieroglyphs and cuneiform into a little fold over matchbook. I printed out the heiroglyph alphabet from here Heiroglyph Chart and each girl then wrote something for the other person to decipher…

How to Create Substitution Ciphers: 9 Steps (with Pictures)

Substitution ciphers are a way of encrypting or disguising language so that a phrase or paragraph can't be read by anyone who doesn't know the cipher. Ciphers are commonly made by substituting one letter for another. They're a fun way for...