On April 2nd, littleBits teamed up with the Office of Michigan State Senator James Ananich and the Flint Public Library to hold an Invent For Good workshop for kids and parents in Flint, Michigan. Over 40 kids (and 3 news crews!) attended and were challenged to invent something that solves a real world problem using […]
As the littleBits Global Chapters program grows and our School Chapters program launches, it’s important to highlight the unique spaces hosting events around the world. For this series, we’ve interview four Chapter leaders (from different types of spaces) and encouraged them to share their experience with us. Please describe your library makerspace and what […]
This week we released the Temperature Sensor, shared some littleBits inspired Valentine’s Day cards & we finally launched this awesome thing we’ve been tirelessly working on: Invent Anything! Let’s take a look back at the week that was. #InventAnything #InventAnything is a free 5-week course to teach makers how to get the most out […]
Last week we were super impressed and inspired by the librarians we met at the American Library Association’s Midwinter Conference. To keep the good vibes flowing, this week we have a case study from teacher-librarian Collette J. who is using littleBits as a learning tool in her elementary makerspace.
As part of their makerspace programming, the Duxbury Free Library uses littleBits in lots of innovative ways: from “Tinkering Tuesdays” activities, to Halloween decorating, to creating interactive summer reading posters and more. Read more about their successes, challenges and take-aways in this public library case study.
Jacina Leong and the team at The Cube, an evolving hub of STEAM at Australia’s Queensland University of Technology, are integrating creative thinking and learning modalities using littleBits. Read more about their ongoing library outreach and holiday workshops, as well as plans for a pre-service education program.