littleBits STEAM Student Set Expansion Pack: Science

SKU: 680-0029

Learn and apply earth and life science concepts to create earthquake alarms or food chain models. 12+ hours of instructional life and earth science content. Note: STEAM Student Set is required for use of the Expansion Pack.

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Meet the Kit

Deepen students’ understanding of engineering design with standards-aligned science subject matter! Students and teachers explore simple circuits with the new Bits, then tackle guided inventions, like creating an earthquake alarm and food web model, that dive deeper into life and earth science topics. Ideal for up to 3 students per kit.

12+ hours of instructional life and earth science content presented in 6 engaging lessons

7 Bits and 22 accessories to add to the STEAM Student Set for even more invention opportunities

Scaffolded lesson plans for grades 3-5 align to NGSS standards with multiple lesson tracks to allow educators to select the one that best meets their students' grade level and 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: STEAM Student Set is required for STEAM Student Set Expansion Packs

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