Countdown to the 15th August – and help hack the moon with LEGO Education!

Moonhack is the coding world record developed by Code Club Australia and set by children. In 2016 pupils at school, in coding clubs and in their spare time developed their own section of code to create a moon-themed coding project and then uploaded and shared it with other pupils around the world.

On August 15th 2017, pupils will also be able to use LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 and EV3 to develop their own sections of code, providing a great experience in designing and exploring moon and space-themed projects and engaging in both hands-on and digital learning. We have two projects for pupils to follow – or they can even create their own! Last year 10,207 children in Australia alone participated in this free event – and this year the challenge is on globally to beat this world record!

Find out more about Moonhack with LEGO Education, including how to join in, here: