Finally! A resource-rich intro to coding in the classroom that's easy to teach & engages students through an activity they love: making and playing games.
What You'll Get
4 Games To Invent & Code
(+ More Tutoriels & Inventions On The Computer App!)
Score mega points with this fun way to teach variables in code.
Hot Potato... Of Doom!
The whole class can play as they learn programming logic.
Create a classroom band as you teach the concept of loops.
Tug Of War
Students learn about functions with this 2-player game.
16 Bits & 30 Accrssories
Connect a USB cable to your computer or phone charger to start powering your inventions.
You've used a button before! This is a clicker, tact switch, etc...
The dimmer Bit lets you control your creations with a simple knob.
The slide dimmer is an analog input. Adjust it by moving its lever from side to side.
The pressure sensor is a touch-activated Bit. Give its pad a squeeze to activate it!
The sound trigger sends an ON signal when the noise gets over a certain level.
The wire allows you to extend your circuits and put more space between two Bits.
The branch Bit lets you connect the output of a single Bit to as many as 3 others.
The codeBit levels up your littleBits circuits by allowing you to program how your Bits work. Using the littleBits Code Kit app you can command this Bit to create unique sounds, movements, and animations.
The bargraph is like an equalizer. Get an instant view of the signal going through.
The servo is a controllable motor that can swing back and forth.
Amplify your sonic explorations! The speaker Bit is a tiny speaker that lets you hear the signals coming from an oscillator, an MP3 player, or a codeBit. Pair it with these Bits to add music or sound effects to your inventions.
The LED matrix is a colorful display that you can control using code or other Bits. Set it to SERIAL mode to program your own graphics, or switch it to SIGNAL mode to play with the preset programs.
14.USB Power Adapter + Cable
Connect a USB cable to your computer or phone charger to power your inventions.
The powerSnap supplies power to an open input without extra forks, splits, or power supplies.
The rechargeable battery is a portable power source for your inventions, which you can use over and over again.
Attach the arm to your servo or DC motor to expand your invention?s motion capabilities.
Use a servo mount and littleBits shoe to secure your servo motor to any surface.
Make complex movements by attaching materials to your servo motor using the servo hub
The codeBit dongle allows you to wirelessly upload code from your computer to your codeBit.
21.Shoes (Hook & Loop)
Press shoes onto your circuit to keep it securely intact.
22.Strip (Hook & Loop)
The strip can be cut to any size you desire and affixed to clothing, fabric, or any other surface.
23.Mounting Board (8X7)
The mounting board serves as the backbone of your inventions. It provides structure, and allows you to keep your circuit intact and move it around with ease. This mounting board can accommodate large circuits.
The screws secure attachments like the mechanical arm and servo mount to your invention.
Code Kit App
This coding environment is also your go-to resource for tutorials, lessons & more in a free, computer-based app. After creating the Google Blockly-based code, you'll transmit it to your inventions wirelessly from here!
Littlebit Ted Talk
This littleBits intro explains why everyone should be able to invent with electronics. Even kids!
Meet Your Kit
Get a glimpse of every single thing you'll get with your new Code Kit.
Your First Lesson
We walk you through each step of your first Code Kit lesson so you're 100% prepared.
Csta And Ngss Aligned
All lessons link to CSTA and NGSS Engineering Design standard
Infuse coding and engineering design into your curriculum with our customizable lessons.
Code Kit Education Resources
Everything you will need to implement littleBits Code Kit in your classroom.