Finally! An intro to coding in the classroom that engages students through an activity they love: making and playing games. As a bonus, it’s easy to teach – even with no prior STEM/STEAM experience. The littleBits Code Kit combines electronic building blocks with approachable drag-and-drop block-based programming, providing a foundation of coding as a creative tool that can power real-world inventions. Check out the below video featuring this kit in action
4 HANDS ON INVENTIONS
Comes with everything students need to build & code 4 fun games (including hot potato and tug-of-war), then get creative and invent their own!
100+ ACTIVITIES & 10 LESSONS
Cross-curricular, customizable activities tie to NGSS and make it easy to fold coding into any classroom, library, or makerspace.
Leading lessons & activities is easy with interactive teacher's guides, quick-start guides, video tutorials, online shareable docs, and more.
SIMPLE DRAG-AND-DROP CODE
The computer-based Code Kit app provides step-by-step instructions for easy, intuitive programming based on Google's Blockly.
FUN & ENGAGING
Teaching coding through game design gets the whole class involved and makes it something they WANT to do.
EASY TO TEACH
The simplicity of littleBits + block programming, plus an abundance of resources, sets educators up for success - even with no prior computer science experience.
- Grades 3-8
- 1-3 students
- 16 Bits, 30+ accessories, tons of resources & a computer-based Code Kit app
- Compatible with Mac, Windows & Chromebook
- Size: 7.62cm(H), 19cm(W), 31cm(L)
- Weight: 1.1kg
Whats in the box
- USB power button
- slide dimmer
- pressure sensor
- sound trigger
- LED matrix
MATERIALS & ACCESSORIES
- USB power adapter & cable powerSnap
- rechargeable battery
- mechanical arm
- servo mount
- codeBit dongle
- hook & loop - shoes
- hook & loop - strips
- mounting board
- littleBits Code Kit app
- support materials to get started
- Hello World
- ABC's of Coding
- Unplugged: Inputs vs Outputs
- Guess My Rule: Contrustion
- Guess My Rule: Example Code
- Challenge The World Arcade
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Documentation and Resources:
- The Maker Revolution
The Maker Revolution celebrates the creation of new devices and the modification of existing ones - the transition from a consumer buying goods to eventually having a major part in their creation. The Maker Revolution places strong emphasis on free (...
- Our littleBits Gizmos and Gadgets Kit (2nd Edition) Review
The new Gizmos and Gadgets revision 2.0 from littleBits is here and we've decided to review the kit for any budding inventors (or inventor's parents) out there. The v1.0 kit was impressive enough, we were interested to see what littleBits could have ...
- Our littleBits Rule Your Room Kit Review
"Yes, I would recommend this a friend." That's the verdict of 90% of people who pick up the Rule your Room Kit from littleBits. We love it so much, we're most definitely recommending it to you and your family. But you don't need to take our word f...
- What is the better tech, innoBits or littleBits?
We get a lot of interest from parents and educators surrounding littleBits and innobits. Especially the difference between the two products. Both are magnetically connected electronic building blocks. Both products empower people to invent and create...
- LittleBits Community & the Workshop Set
LittleBits have launched a global network of organizations to share and spread the word of littleBits. It's all to put the power of electronics in the hands of everyone. The 'chapters' are simply locations such as maker spaces and libraries, all arou...
- The One Wand to rule them all!
Wands are cool, right? That's what Trinity, Adele, and April were thinking of our recent littleBits Workshop, down at the Core Electronics Knowledge Factory. Their inspiration for this project came straight from the films, in particular, the magic wands that Harry and co use throughout the Saga. They went a bit above a typical wand though, using a pressure sensor alongside a fan, buzzer, and bar graph to make their wand light up...
- littleBits Death Eater Skull!
Remote Controls are magical enough to recreate this awesome Death Eater Skull. You can switch it on from across the room and make it glow an evil green! Jake and Nathan built this invention at a littleBits Workshop down at the Core Electronics Knowledge Factory. At first, they tweaked an RGB LED Bit to be the perfect green and after some additions and problem solving they ended up with this remotely controlled Skull lamp. Just a...
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