littleBits Rule Your Room Kit

SKU: 680-0009-03A01

Create touch-activated inventions to control your stuff!

  • Includes: 1 bargraph, 1 buzzer, 1 dimmer, 1 makey-makey, 1 power, 1 servo, 1 sound trigger
  • Ages 8+, Grades 3 & Up

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Featured Activities

Two girls playing with cards and littleBits invention.
Invent a buzzer with the included booklet and the Makey Makey Bit. Now you can transform almost anything into an electronic device! Create even crazier contraptions by adding random materials like bananas to the mix and use them to make up games.
Girl being hit with projectiles from littleBits room defender invention.
Invent your own defense system to guard your stuff. Warning: Keep out! Connect the Domain Defender to your drawers, and this loyal launcher will fling projectiles when someone tries to break in. Tweak it to amp up the accuracy, power, or camouflage ability.
Boy playing with light up eyes invention.
Invent a creepin' companion that glows green whenever it hears a noise. Make a unique personality for your Creepy Eyeballs, then put your new pal in the pantry to creep out your dad, or under the bed to prank your pet!
littleBits invention in front of door.

What your Kid will Gain

Hands-On Learning

Hands-on learning through tinkering with inputs, outputs, sensors, and motors to gain tech literacy.

Lessons

Application of fundamental concepts such as circuitry, engineering, physics, art, and design thinking.

Serious Skills

Creative confidence and critical 21st century skills through scaffolded activities.

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