THIS HOLIDAY SEASON...
GIVE THE GIFT OF

INNOVATION

With Piper Make, start creating technology directly in your browser on our free, drag-and drop coding platform. Built for Chromebooks or any other computer using a Chrome browser!

Get a Piper Make Starter Expedition Kit then head over to make.playpiper.com to build technology to help Piperbot and Pip as they explore Mars! Learn More >

STARTER EXPEDITION KIT + LIGHT SHOW

Take your art game to the next level with this LED light board, compatible with your Piper Make!

Get your Light Show + Piper Make Starter Expedition Kit for $99

STARTER + GAMING EXPEDITION KIT

Build and code your Game Controller and use it with Minecraft Education Edition (1 year subscription included!)

Get your Gaming Expedition Kit for $129 or $45/mo with Affirm

STARTER + ROBOTICS EXPEDITION KIT

Build and code two kinetic creations—the ambulatory (quadruped) Walker, and the omnidirectional Rover!

Get your Robotics Expedition Kit for $149 or $51/mo with Affirm

PIPER COMPUTER KIT V3

Build. Play. Invent. The sleeker, compact evolution of the Piper Computer Kit.

With innovative storage elements like our magnetic supply drawer and foldable breadboard workspace, Piper Computer Kit V3’s compact design is ideal for classroom settings. Pair yours with the Sensor Explorer add-on!

From $249 or starting at $28/mo with Affirm*

HOW DETROIT PUBLIC SCHOOLS BROUGHT TECHNOLOGY TO LIFE WITH PIPER MAKE.

From July 12, 2021 to August 6, 2021, Detroit Public Schools Community Schools (DPSCD) partnered with Piper to bring Piper Make to 1,900 students across 25 schools for 5-day programs.

WHAT PIPER IS ALL ABOUT

Build with Your Hands

Take hands-on building to the next level—from assembling your computer to building your own tech.

Learn by Playing

Build hardware in the real world while playing virtual levels of the Raspberry Pi Edition of Minecraft with Piperbot and Pip in Piper StoryMode

Create the Next Big Thing

Use the skills you've learned to create your own gadgets and gameplay in Piper Creative Mode

SHREE BOSE,
CO-FOUNDER

2011 Grand Prize Winner, Google Global Science Fair 

Class of 2016, Harvard College

MD/PhD Candidate, Duke University School of Medicine

"Judges liked its self-paced concept and especially favored its Minecraft-inspired lessons"

- Kevin Hogan, Managing Director

"The Piper Computer Kit 2 stands out amid an impressive array of options as one of our top picks for the Best STEM Toy of 2020. What impresses us most is the level of building, coding, and understanding that kids (and adults!) can meet while having a blast."

- Dr. Mark Costner, STEM Toy Expert

"The Piper Computer Kit excelled during our evaluation process, scoring in the top 1 percentile of over 1,100 STEM products reviewed since 2014."

- Andrew Raupp, STEM.org Founder

Top 3 Computers for Introducing Your Kids to Comp Sci

With these clever kits, elementary schoolers can get in-depth, hands-on experience with the tech they'll someday use to "make the world a better place."

- Adrienne So, Wired Magazine

WHAT OUR USERS THINK

My grand daughter learnt the pieces: motherboard, connectors, battery, screen. We talked about how computers worked (with the immense help of google for some terms and systems). That night, her face was glowing with excitement and pride. We spent the next several days 'playing' with it for an hour or so every day. Discovering what it could do or not. I was concerned that she would get bored as it is not a fancy colored machine, but it beat up any app and game she had for two reasons: she MADE it, and she felt she UNDERSTOOD it.

Alicia Castillo Holley

Piper Customer, Grandmother

★★★★★ Amazon Review

This is an incredibly teaching tool and platform, cleverly disguised as a children's toy. There's a ton of educational products on the marketing trying to get kids interested in STEM - things like Snap Circuits, Goldieblox, LittleBits, Lego Mindstorms, even code.org. The problem is that they are good at the science, but aren't actually "fun". They're great, but they're really just an incremental step over other building blocks like Legos. Piper gives you the building blocks, captures the fun and power behind Minecraft, and then adds a whole engaging in-game story mode on top of that to give kids a REASON to use the building blocks. My 7 year old was building real physical circuits right out of the box, the same kind of circuits that I didn't see until I was in engineering school! Incredible. Head and shoulders above and several generations ahead anything else on the market right now.

John Wei

Piper Customer, Father

★★★★★ Amazon Review

Piper is truly amazing. My 9 and 11 year old daughters could not wait to set it up. Once we had it running they dove right in without fear. They love the game so navigating was seamless to them. Piper may seem intimidating to adults but trust me, it is not intimidating to your kids. They will love it.

David Kohl

Piper Customer, Father

★★★★★ Amazon Review

Great tool! My son has really started learning how to work on computers and develop a foundation for what could potentially become a career in his life.

Michael Bredthauer

Piper Customer, Father

★★★★★ Amazon Review

The Piper Computer Kit sparked] lots of creative and constructive conversations. Even the quietest [student] was actively participating in putting the kit together… as a teacher, it makes me happy to see all students – ELL, SpEd, and [general education] students – excited about learning and taking risks.

Rosa Hernandez

Piper Customer, Teacher

Los Angeles, California

As an educator who is a Piper customer, I have observed kids attain the maker-mindset and start on the road to becoming creators of technology rather than simply learning passively… I am convinced that the success they experienced completing the exercises gave them the confidence they needed for such an undertaking. Does Piper instill confidence [in students]? It does.

Paul Tremblett

Piper Customer, Teacher

Southwest Virginia

"I love Piper because it represents what enabled me to do all the great technology things in my life"

- Steve Wozniak, Cofounder of Apple