I am a EE and would like to get my 10 y.o. nephew familiar with the fun side of electrical projects. I'd like to start with basic principles and projects to re-enforce the basics. The goal is to build a repertoire of small projects (fundamentals) that will enable and position the child to perform more advanced projects (simple robot level of complexity). The end goal is to build confidence in the child.
I am trying to introduce binary addition and translation to and from binary, with limited success.
If you have experience with STEM (particularly as a volunteer or teacher) please state this in your reply. I am interested in links to curriculum that list these fundamentals. Any projects that re-enforce a particular skill is also appreciated.
Is there a a generally accepted project equivalent to "hello world"?