Space Kit Landing: Events on your Radar

Try out New Space Modules and Activities

April 24, 2014

Mark your calendars, the littleBits team is hitting the road for some awesome demos, workshops, conferences and festivals featuring our newest addition to the family, the Space Kit. We hope to see you all soon for some out of this world fun and exploration!

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Look for our 7 foot space ship at booth 1252 and join us in officially unveiling the littleBits Space Kit. See the Mars Rover, satellite dish and educational demos in action. Experiment and invent with wireless modules, remote triggers, light sensors, servo motors, sound triggers, buzzers and more! We’re also giving away a Space Kit each day, custom stickers and t-shirts. Space Kits will also be available for purchase. To continue the fun, be sure to stop by the NASA Pavilion in Hall E for hands-on experiments using littleBits modules!

 

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In search of an engaging and educational weekend activity? Find us at the Museum of Science in Boston, MA on May 3rd to explore the Space Kit modules through interactive demos and workshops. Build a satellite dish or a grappler and learn to think like NASA scientists and engineers. Activities will run in Cahner’s Computer Place starting at 10 am.

 

Maker Faire Bay Area

 

Calling all Makers!  We’re headed back to San Mateo, CA this year for another action-packed Maker Faire weekend. Stop by our booth for demos, new products and hands on activities.

 

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It’s littleBits first time exhibiting at the premier educational technology ISTE Conference in Atlanta, GA. We running a booth and leading a Space Kit themed workshop, Exploring Earth and Space Science: Hands-on littleBits STEAM activities (WBM417). Educators will work in small groups to complete simple, classroom-accessible earth and space science activities that explore kinetic, potential and electromagnetic energy. Teams will then create a space-themed project combining electronics with craft materials. The workshop will be facilitated by a NASA Educator who has developed littleBits lessons and activities for STEM applications. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity; sign up now.

 

If you’d like to run Space Kit events at your local school, makerspace, Maker Faire, library, museum or conference- let us know! We’d love to help you make your event a success.