Have a go at some physical computing projects
Physical computing involves attaching components to a computer and writing code in order to make things move, light up, make sounds or interact with a button. Students are free to use their imagination to create their own physical computer projects and take ownership of their learning - the possibilities of physical computing are endless. Take a look at pi-topCODER and get inspired to try out some physical computing projects, such as creating traffic lights or a quick-reaction game. Explore the variety of add-ons available for Raspberry Pi and find ideas for further projects on raspberrypi.org. Magpi Magazine and Hello World, magazines written especially for computer science teachers, are also great sources of inspiration.