littleBits Code Kit Expansion Pack: Technology Classroom Bundle

SKU: 670-0088

Deepen students’ experience of technology with this collection of 10 Technology Expansion Packs for the Code Kit Classroom Bundle. Through coding and apply engineering skills to real-world problems with engaging communication and transportation lessons.

  • 130 Bits and 100 Accessories
  • Grades 6-8
  • Engage 20-30 Students per Bundle
  • FREE Code Kit App teaches Google Blockly with a Javascript visual comparison
  • 12+ Hours of Technology content available via littleBits Classroom
  • CSTA and ITEEA

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1 year: $61.99
2 year: $81.99
3 year: $109.99

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Price:
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Family working together on Technology Expansion Pack.
Two girls working together on Technology Expansion Pack.

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Educator Resources

Free teacher resources designed to keep you informed and enrich your classroom experiences. Here you’ll find our latest guides, whitepapers, case studies and webinars all in one place.
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Guide to STEM Funding

When it comes to incorporating STEAM into the classroom, support can come from a surprising number of sources -- and sometimes, all you have to do is ask. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of resources to help drive innovative tech adoption.

  • Federal Grants
  • Corporate Grants
  • Organizational Grants
  • Local Grants & Partnerships
  • Crowdfunding

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