littleBits Code Kit Expansion Pack: Technology

SKU: 680-0032

Deepen students’ experience of technology through coding and apply engineering skills to real-world problems with engaging communication and transportation lessons.

  • 13 Bits and 10 Accessories
  • Grades 6-8
  • Engage 1-3 Students per Kit
  • FREE Code Kit App teaches Google Blockly with a Javascript visual comparison
  • 12+ Hours of Technology Content via littleBits Classroom
  • CSTA and ITEEA
  • SKU: 680-0032

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littleBits Technology Code Kit Expansion Pack.

Meet the Kit

Deepen students’ experience of technology through coding, one classroom at a time, with our CSTA-aligned lessons and additional invention experiences! This Code Kit Tech Expansion Pack Classroom Bundle is made for groups of 20- 30 students ranging from grades 6-8. Computational thinking concepts are made tangible through fun invention challenges like building space communication machine or self-driving car. Key Features include:

Scaffolded lesson plans for grades 6-8 align to Computer Science Standards (CSTA) and ITEEA Standards for Technology Literacy

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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