RVR is the mobile blank canvas that grows with your students, and now it comes in a convenient, classroom-ready bundle. Introducing the RVR Multi-Pack. The RVR Multi-Pack includes 5 expandable, programmable RVRs so your students can start coding, building, and experimenting right away with our most versatile robot ever.
Do More with More
- Achieve the ideal student-to-robot ratio
- Explore bot-to-bot communication with RVR’s built-in IR sensor
- Set up stations for different projects
- Design and compete in a Hackathon
- Tailor projects around different skill levels
- Create team challenges
Good for Beginners
A Medium for Makers
Highly Expandable for Hackers
Packed with Sensors
Expand the Possibilities
RVR is an expandable and programmable mobile platform that seamlessly integrates into your STEAM curriculum. RVR’s 4-pin UART expansion port is designed to work with most third-party hardware, like Raspberry Pi, Arduino, micro:bit, and the newest member of the Sphero family, littleBits. Explore our all-new, RVR-specific activities in the Sphero Edu app. Try them out, create your own and then share them with other educators.
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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
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