Color-coded electronic Bits snap together with magnets for foolproof inventing.
Our method empowers students to engineer real world solutions through invention.
Adding ‘Art’ enables students to kickstart their creativity and develop creative confidence.
Lessons link to NGSS and Common Core Standards, making teaching fun AND effective.
Hear from educators who are embracing the STEAM Student Set as the new standard in their classrooms, libraries and makerspaces.
"With hardware from very simple to complex, students of any ability and background can make electronic prototypes"
"By doing some of the heavy logical lifting for you, potential electrical engineers and prototypers can focus on the goal rather than the minutia"
"Students combine technical knowledge with creativity in a way that helps them really understand that they have the ability to imagine something into existence."
"Helps kids understand how an elevator door or night-light works--and they're making their own creations, such as racecars and robots."
"Kids will have everything they need to complete a ton of different projects that play off of different science, tech, art, and math skills."
"It’s like Legos, if Legos could be put together to create a tiny Ferris wheel, or fan, or even a robot. It makes building electronics, which previously had a steep learning curve, a lot simpler."
"The real learning happens when you set the directions aside."
"Helping kids develop design skills, creative confidence and technology fluency."
"Makes Robot Building Easier For Junior Engineers"