littleBits Code Kit Expansion Pack: Computer Science

SKU: 680-0030

Dive deeper into programming concepts with the Computer Science Expansion Pack for the Code Kit. Learn and apply programming and engineering skills to create a digital pet or an interactive display

  • 9 Bits and 15 Accessories
  • Grades 3-5
  • Engage 1-3 Students per Kit
  • FREE Code Kit App teaches Google Blockly with a Javascript visual comparison
  • 12+ Hours of Computer Science Content via littleBits Classroom
  • CSTA and NCAS
  • SKU: 680-0030

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littleBits Computer Science Expansion Pack invention.

Meet the Kit

Dive deeper into programming concepts with Code Kit Computer Science Expansion Pack. Six scaffolded lessons provide guidance for students and teachers as they program simple circuits using the new Bits, then create more elaborate interactive inventions, like a digital pet and art displays.  

Scaffolded lesson plans for grades 3-5 align to Computer Science standards (CSTA) and National Core Arts 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: Code Kit is required for Code Kit Expansion Packs

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