Our magnetic “Bits” snap together to turn ideas into inventions, transforming the way kids learn about electronics so they can grow up to be the creators of tomorrow.

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Make Something That Does Something™

littleBits are easy-to-use electronic building blocks that snap together with magnets to make learning about circuitry and electronics exciting and engaging. Connect them together to create complex circuits in seconds. With littleBits, you can bring your imagination to life.

What They'll Learn

Kids get an introduction to STEAM and circuitry, advancing through challenges and gaining inspiration from real-life innovators.

With littleBits, kids will:

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Inspiring the Creators of Tomorrow

Today’s kids are tomorrow’s leaders. That’s why so many of our STEAM kits empower kids everywhere to turn their ideas into inventions that will solve the epic challenges ahead. And the best part: there are endless inventions to create. Pick up a littleBits kit and start creating today!
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For Parents: littleBits At Home

littleBits lets kids create with technology while learning about important STEM subjects like circuitry and engineering. With littleBits, you can build and customize your own guitar, design a night light, create an electronic pet, and more. If you can think it, you can invent it. Made for kids of all ages and skill levels, there has never been an easier and more fun way to gain important STEAM skills. No grown-ups necessary. Kids can easily assemble kits with step-by-step video guides. Get started today!
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For Educators: littleBits At School

Educators love using littleBits toolboxes in the classroom to teach students fundamental STEAM concepts. Students use littleBits Classroom to complete guided and open challenges that help to change the world.

All lessons in littleBits kits are aligned to NGSS, CSTA, Common Core, TX-TEKS, FL-CPALMS, NY-NYSED, and CA-CCSS standards.

What Your Students Will Gain

Hands-On Learning: Get hands-on learning through tinkering with inputs, outputs, sensors, and motors while gaining tech literacy.

Engaging Lessons: Practice the application of fundamental concepts such as circuitry, engineering, physics, art, and design thinking by completing engaging activities.

Serious Skills: Gain creative confidence and critical 21st-century skills through scaffolded activities.

More than 40,000 educators turn to Sphero to supplement their STEM curriculum using our educational tools and STEAM kits. Are you ready to join them?

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About littleBits

We’re on a mission to put the power of electronics in the hands of everyone, and to break down complex technologies so that anyone can build, prototype, and invent.

About Sphero

Sphero makes remarkably cool, programmable robots and STEAM-based educational toys that transform the way kids learn, create, and invent through coding, science, music, and the arts.

The Sphero ecosystem of tools and content gives kids, teachers, and parents of all learning and coding abilities a blank canvas to solve challenges at home, in school, and beyond.

Kids don’t just want to code, they want to use their imagination to create epic experiences. Sphero goes #BeyondCode and inspires kids to learn, build, create, and turn their imagination into reality. Most importantly, Sphero makes it fun.

The skills students unlock through coding prepare them to thrive, no matter what subject or career they pursue. Sphero robots and STEAM kits help bring math, science, music, and art lessons off the pages of a textbook and into real-world applications.

View some of our favorites and go #BeyondCode with Sphero.