STEAM+ Coding Expansion Pack

SKU: 680-0434

Note: You must already have a STEAM+ Coding Kit or STEAM Student Set in order to use the expansion pack. 

Power up your STEAM learning with the littleBits STEAM+ Coding Expansion Pack designed to elevate the STEAM+ Coding Kit and STEAM Student Set experience. This expansion pack combines a curated selection of essential Bits and additional accessories from previous littleBits expansion packs that allow you to further supplement what you can teach and learn with the STEAM+ Coding Kit and STEAM Student Set. Additional Unit Plans are also included to easily expand your STEAM curriculum and empower students to take their inventions further.

  • 15 Curated Expansion Bits
  • 7 Additional Accessories
  • Quick Start Guide for easy classroom implementation
  • Additional Unit Plans: Science, Math, Computer Science, and Technology

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Learning about the world’s most famous mechanical engineers from history and today is great inspiration for your students.
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8 Famous Mechanical Engineers You and Your Students Should Know

Almost every invention can be traced back to a mechanical engineer, or someone who drew from mechanical engineering principles. The first wheel and axle, the clock on a classroom wall, the family car: all of these exist because of mechanical engineering.
Mechanical engineering is an essential part of our world. These are the six branches of mechanical engineering.
At SchoolAmanda Vaden

The Six Branches of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is an essential part of our world: it drives innovation and keeps things running in healthcare, aviation, transportation, and beyond, often by facilitating the systems we don’t always see.
Computer science and art are more closely connected than you might expect. Here's how they work together.
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Computer Science and Art: Bridging Technical and Creative Skills

People like to put things into categories, and often, we assume that these categories are mutually exclusive. This is typically the case with describing ourselves as “technical” or “creative” – rarely would we consider that someone might be both, or that there’s a strong connection between these two categories.

But there is a connection.