Today, November 8th is National STEM day. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math . I'm sure you've heard about the buzz word STEM within your child's education. It is a growing idea to focus on these areas because of advanced careers and how computers have exploded kids are being exposed to technology earlier and excelling. Microduino sent us their Itty Bitty Buggy STEM kit to test out.
My eight year old had a blast playing with Itty Bitty Buggy. This is a great starter kit because the app has many projects that you can build (it shows you piece by piece.) We had even more fun when I just gave my son the pieces and little him build. This kit was very user friendly and skys the limit with your imagination!
The kit comes with everything you need to get started, the only thing you have to do is download the app on a smart phone. I have an iphone so this was no problem. Everything linked up and we were successful with our first project. This was a big deal to me because I'm not very tech savvy.
· Hardware based on mCookie series: No need for messy wiring, Microduino’s mCookie series makes electronics easily connectable with magnetic stackable modules
· Endless design possibilities: Compatible with more than 50 Microduino modules and sensors, as well as LEGO® pieces
· Four modes of play: Intelligent line-tracing, musical color recognition, and other tasks can be performed in Ranger, Cruiser, Voice Control, and Musician mode using the free app for Android and iOs devices
· Three coding languages: More exciting opportunities for skilled users to practice programming skills using Scratch, Python, and Arduino· More projects to come: Expansion kits will launch later this year with cool features such as artificial intelligence (AI) application that can be added to the core hardware platform
Visit Microduino to learn more!
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