In this 30-minute webinar you’ll get an exclusive sneak peek at both the STEAM+ Class Pack and the Fuse app and learn how you can go BIG and take your littleBits to the next level.
When you think of STEM careers, do you think of high-tech, coding positions that involve nothing more than sitting behind a screen all day? The reality is there are many widely diverse options for a variety of interests. We’ve compiled a STEM careers list for students and kids interested in STEM broken down by each discipline.
In a recent survey, we asked parents to share anything they’ve turned to during the pandemic that has made parenting easier — even if only just a bit. Well, we’ve heard from tons of parents and are excited to share a collection of the most helpful resources from our community of resilient parents.
The technological age has always been a complex and ever-changing landscape that requires Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) skills to successfully navigate this rapidly growing space. STEM careers have increased by 79% since the 1990s and are projected to continue to grow by at least 13% into 2027.
The new littleBits STEAM+ Class Pack provides your entire classroom with engaging STEAM lessons and coding right out of the box. This brand-new pack contains 240 Bits, 10 newly designed durable storage containers, printed teacher support materials and 40+ standards-aligned lessons.
Now that the school year has ended, you may be looking to summer and feeling daunted. You just powered through the last couple of months of school in a never-before-seen way, and if your regular camp or usual schedule is canceled, you may feel at a loss for what to do.
After a long year of early morning alarm clocks, carpools, and after-school activities, summer is here! And while this school year was anything but normal, summer still represents a new sense of freedom from daily school schedules and morning routines. That’s why it’s important for your kids to maintain some type of structure for proper growth and development, even when they’re on summer break.
This 45-minute, free webinar will show you how to utilize project-based learning to engage children in the making process no matter where they are. Sphero Hero Nicholas Provenzano will showcase the work he has done with students in his Makerspace and when his school transitioned to remote learning.
Watch this 45-minute webinar about inventing with littleBits. In this webinar, we will help educators empower their students to unlock their creative confidence through invention by learning about littleBits and the Invention Cycle.
At Sphero, we stand with, and support, the Black community. We know that systemic racism exists in this country. We acknowledge we all need to do better. We acknowledge that Sphero needs to do better.
If you’re a current micro:bit user, we have exciting news to share with you. The littleBits micro:bit Adapter is available! Now you can now add your micro:bit to your littleBits circuits for endless invention possibilities.