The folks over at Fat Brain Toys highlighted littleBits as one of 5 Toys That Fight Summer Brain Drain.
“Prisms, spectrum’s, focus… littleBits’ Space Kit ignites an understanding for complicated principles demonstrated through hands-on projects. Learning sky-rockets and engineers and inventors are born.”
littleBits was featured on Hello, Wonderful as a creative activity that parents and kids can share.
“The ability to tinker and build almost anything you can imagine is at your fingertips with lots of ideas already underway to inspire you. How about a cool wireless Mars Rover? A Spinning School Bus or my favorite so far, the feather powered Tickle Machine. All these projects and more are shared with detailed tutorials over on littleBits’ Project page. ”
Students in Chicago middle and high schools are using littleBits to build technology solutions to community problems, as part of the Chicago Maker Challenge. A recent segment from ABC 7 Chicago shows students designing and creating “helping bots” for people with disabilities using littleBits triggered by sound and motion.
The holiday was made a little brighter this year for 50 in-need schools and organizations who received a mysterious package at their doorsteps. Read more about The Creative Artist Agency Foundation’s support of littleBits and STEAM inside.
Mel, of the blog Stirrup Queens, wrote a wonderfully thoughtful piece about her children’s experience using littleBits.
The NYU Stern School of Business’ Entrepreneurial Exchange Group hosted Ayah as a guest speaker this week.
A thoughtful post from Ayah about electronic literacy.
Here at littleBits, we’re proud to be used in hundreds of classrooms, after school programs, summer camps and workshops around the world. Behind every great learning experience is an educator that inspires and encourages their students to experiment without fear of failing. In their honor, we present this Educational Weekly Inspiration Post. 1. Growing […]
Learning and Playing with Little Bits in Seoul, South Korea. from Taeyoon Choi on Vimeo. Artist Taeyoon Choi led an amazing littleBits workshop at Ga-Ok art space in Seoul, Korea (August 25, 2012). And this beautiful video he’s shared is an inspiration of the wonderful creations that can be made with littleBits. There is a […]
On Saturday April 21st, our team ran a workshop at the littleBits headquarters where kids between the ages of 6-12 were asked to create interactive animals to fit the theme of “Techno Jungle”. The workshop was covered by CNN’s show What’s next. The results were remarkable! Here is a sneak peek of the projects! We […]