STEAM Student Set

How Many Students can use the STEAM Student Set?

A single STEAM Student Set is ideal for 1-3 students. The kit contains two power modules, so it can accommodate two students working independently or 3 students working as a group.

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Updated 1 year ago by Quinn McRae

I've Finished all the Projects. What's Next?

We have hundreds of lessons and inventions that you can access online for different ages and subjects. We have a global community of educators who regularly post lessons and inventions, and we’d love…

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What Standards can I Meet with the STEAM Student Set?

The 8 challenges in the littleBits STEAM Student Set link to engineering, design and other areas in the Next Generation Science Standards, allowing students to think and act like engineers long befor…

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Updated 1 year ago by Quinn McRae

Cross Axle vs D-Shaft DC Motor

The main difference between the types of DC Motors is a difference in how the motors connect to wheels and other accessories. Note the shape of the old DC Motor’s shaft - it’s mostly cylindrically sh…

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Available Lessons and Curriculum

The Teacher’s Guide that comes with the STEAM Student Set includes lessons to accompany the 8 challenges in the Student Invention Guide. On our site , educators can also find ways to link the 8 chall…

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Leaning to Use the STEAM Student Set

The STEAM Student Set was designed to be very easy for both teachers and students to understand and start using out of the box. We recommend that you spend some time on your own (or with friends and…

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