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Sania Box - Embedded Computer Kit

A project in San Jose, CA by Sania Jain

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A kit that empowers kids to develop the STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) skills in any child of 8 years and above.
Backers: 63
Average Pledge Per Backer: $134

Funded: $8,428 of $5,000
Dates: Jan 17th -> Mar 2nd (45 days)
Project By: Sania Jain
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Latest News

I interviewed someone BIG!

February 20th - via:
The Sania Box has brought a lot of good things for me. First, I reached the funding goal quicker than I had imagined. Second, I received so much love from all of you here. Finally, my campaign is coming to an end but I don't want to leave this... (Read More)

Another Awesome Review by CNX Software!

February 3rd - via:
Thank you CNX Software for this brilliant coverage of the Sania Box. Here's a link of their article for all our cool backers. Do leave a comment once you've read it. Thanks for all your support, Team Sania Sania Box is an initiative meant to help... (Read More)

Indian teen launches Raspberry Pi 4 based STEM kit

February 3rd - via:
On Kickstarter: a “Sania Box Embedded Computer Kit” for STEM education developed by 13-year old Sania Jain that combines a Raspberry Pi 4 with a kid-friendly, sensor-equipped add-on board and Python coding lessons. (Read More)

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

February 2nd - via:
 We can't express our gratitude enough. You just made our day! Thank you for driving the Sania Box to achieving it's goal. Our journey so far wouldn't have been possible without your support. Although, we have reached our goal, we are getting a... (Read More)

Featured in The Mag Pi Magazine again! (Print)

February 1st - via:
We are over the moon! After featuring us in their online edition , The Mag Pi Magazine have published Sania Box in their latest print issue too under the section "Best Raspberry Pi Projects of the Month". Get a copy of the magazine, and certainly a... (Read More)


January 28th - via:
We're almost there, all thanks to your immense support. I never imagined that I will come so far with my vision of creating a tool that can introduce kids to coding from an early age. My gratitude to you for your pledges, and my team who have worked... (Read More)

Sania Box got featured in Mag Pi Magazine

January 25th - via:
Thank you all for your amazing response to the Sania Box. Your love and pledges is keeping us motivated. Someone else showered us with good words this week. The Sania Box got featured in the Mag Pi magazine published by the Raspberry Pi foundation.... (Read More)

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