littleBits Code Kit Expansion Pack: Computer Science Classroom Bundle

SKU: 670-0082

Dive deeper into programming concepts with this collection of 10 Computer Science Expansion Packs for the Code Kit includes 12+ Hours of Computer Science content.

  • 90 Bits and 150 Accessories
  • Grades 3-5
  • Engage 20-30 Students per Bundle
  • FREE Code Kit App teaches Google Blockly with a Javascript visual comparison
  • 12+ Hours of Computer Science Content via littleBits Classroom
  • CSTA and NCAS
  • SKU: 670-0082

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      Meet the Bundle

      Dive deeper into programming concepts, one classroom at a time, with the Code Kit Computer Science Expansion Pack Classroom Bundle.

      Six scaffolded lessons provide guidance for teachers to lead groups of 20-30 students as they program simple circuits using the new Bits, then create more elaborate interactive inventions, like a digital pet and art displays. Other features include:

      12+ hours of instructional Computer Science content presented in 6 engaging lessons

      90 Bits and 150 accessories to add to the Code Kit for even more invention opportunities

      Scaffolded lesson plans for grades 3-5 align to Computer Science standards (CSTA) and National Core Arts Standards

      Empower students to let their imagination take flight by customizing their inventions with crafts and household items (Note: craft materials not included in kit)

      Note: Code Kit is required for Code Kit Expansion Packs

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