Chibitronics integrates circuit building with arts and crafts to teach students how to design and create their own electronic devices. Chibitronics features kits with circuit stickers, paper circuits, and a variety of tools.
LittleBits are color-coded magnetic blocks that snap together to create circuits. Many different sensors, actuators, and connectors are available, as well as adapters that let one attach littleBits to LEGO bricks and axles.
Squishy Circuits uses conductive and insulating play dough to teach the basics of electrical circuits. Kids can create projects that light up, make sounds, and move around using the dough and basic hardware such as LED's, motors, and battery packs.
Micro:bit is a small programmable computer that can be coded from several web browsers without any software requirements. The micro:bit comes with LEDs, buttons, connection pins, sensors, wireless communication, and a USB interface. This platform features lesson plans with detailed activities for teachers to integrate micro:bit into primary and secondary school classrooms.