There are few things that go together better than Minecraft and the Raspberry Pi, and the little microcomputer meant to teach kids coding can do even more with Minecraft. The folks at MagPi, the official magazine of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, have a free PDF that teaches you everything you need to know.
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The science buddies website is an amazing resource for science project ideas! With easy-to-follow instructions (including a general idea of cost of materials and how long the project will take) it is a homeschool mom's (or science geek's) dream. :) I especially like this page, which goes into detail on the Engineering Design Process.
There are a wealth of ways for kids to learn computer science and programming these days. Add to the mix: Google's own CS First curriculum, a free program with a variety of themes for all kinds of kids' interests.