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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