What your Students will Gain
This STEM coding kit gives students the tools to learn coding through hands-on play. Using the Code Kit, students manipulate physical blocks for input, outputs, motors, and sensors. By completing educational games and STEAM activities, students gain hands-on coding experience, creativity, and confidence.
Empower your students to build games and make inventions. Through hands-on play, students enjoy learning how to code while developing valuable 21st-century skills.
Sphero littleBits Code Kit App makes learning easy
Get hands on with Sphero littleBits Classroom
The littleBits Classroom includes fully developed lesson plans, video tutorials, and student handouts. Use littleBits Classroom and the app to educate and engage students as they learn to code. Lessons are carefully designed to help students build through scaffolded activities and lesson plans.
Lessons Aligned to National Standards
littleBits Fuse App
Expand upon what your inventions can do using the littleBits Fuse app to program your Bits using conditionals, loops, and functions. Students can create virtual circuits in their own workspace and learn how littleBits’ snap together to ensure their Bits are compatible and their inventions can come to life.
Technical: Fuse is a progressive web app that is browser based and uses Chrome’s fast web USB/BLE API for connection management. For programming Fuse uses MakeCodes block programming canvas.
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littleBits Code Kit App
The littleBits Code Kit app makes computer programming fun and engaging by gamifying littleBits inventions, while giving educators a powerful toolbox to easily teach NGSS and CSTA standards-aligned curriculum.
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