#TANGIBLE PRODUCT #ROBOTICS #ENGINEERING LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime is a powerful STEAM learning solution for middle school that combines LEGO bricks, coding language based on Scratch, and a programmable multi-port Hub to help every learner become a confident learner.
#TANGIBLE PRODUCT #ROBOTICS #ENGINEERING WeDo 2.0 ignites interest in STEAM learning with stackable bricks and intuitive block-based coding for kids aged 7-11. The kit includes a programmable smart hub, a motor, sensors, and LEGO bricks. The smart hub connects via Bluetooth to a computer or laptop, on which it can be programmed using an icon-based program.
MINDSTORMS EV3 lets kids learn more advanced skills and prepares them for the future through complex coding and real-life modeling. The brain, or EV3 Intelligent Brick, uses a screen with an interactive menu.
Grove Zero is a collection with sensors and actuators that snap together magnetically. They can be programmed with MakeCode or a downloadable Module Matcher. The kit comes with multiple function sensors, development tools, and a STEM starter pack.
E-Blox are LEGO-like bricks with embedded electric circuit components such as batteries, motors, lights, and switches. They can be used alone or with LEGO bricks to create structures with lights and motion.
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.
MakeDo is a system of tools for students to create innovative cardboard projects. MakeDo also includes several toolkits and instructions on creative ways for students to experiment with reusing cardboard. This platform enables students to learn by doing, experimenting, and exploring different approaches.
SAM Labs provides everything needed to deliver the most engaging STEAM learning experience to classrooms. It seamlessly connects software and hardware with lesson plans for a wide variety of subjects, making learning about coding accessible, experimental, interactive and fun.
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.