Check out our best tips and tricks for bringing powerful STEAM learning to your classroom or library.
Eleven tips and four case studies to help kick-start your STEAM program.
Real-world tips for getting started with littleBits in your library.
Code Kit Resources
Bringing coding to your students is easier than ever, thanks to a full suite of resources to support you in your classroom, library, or makerspace.
Get to know the Bits in your kit, complete with real-world analogies and mini-challenges.View PDF
This guide is a starting point for considering which Code Kit lessons and resources you should use.Open Doc
Steam Student Set Resources
Use our top educator offering with confidence! Get the teacher and student guides, and tie-ins to standards.
Student Invention Guide
70+ pages of group or self-guided inventing, plus instruction in the engineering design process & more.View PDF
Our tried-and-true ways to get your whole classroom engaged in fun, invention-based learning.
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Videos on using littleBits in Education
Bringing STEAM to Your School or District
Bringing littleBits to Your School or District
Coding and the Four Cs
Educator Case Studies
To learn about the adaptability and ease of integrating littleBits into different settings, check out our case studies.
In The Classroom
Elementary School Classroom
Grade Level: 3rd Grade
Michael Wilkinson, Math and Science Teacher at Fieldston Ethical Culture, Lower School, NY, NY
Regional Public School District
Grade Level: 4th Grade
Rebecca McLelland-Crawley, Middle School Gifted and Talented Facilitator, West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District, NJ
Grade Level: Educators teaching all levels
Timothy Hammill, Supervisor of Educational Technology and Curriculum Services at Westmoreland Intermediate Unit, Greensburg, PA
Design Thinking STEAM School
Grade Levels: 11th and 12th Grades
Regan Drew and John Marshall, Educators & Designers, Riverpoint Academy, Mead School District, Spokane, WA
In the library
Grade Levels: Elementary to High School
Lisa Goldstein, Division Chief of Central Youth Wing at Brooklyn Public Library and Andrea Vaughn Johnson, Coordinator, School Age Services from the Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn, NY
Outside the library
Age Levels: 2-12; primary focus is early childhood
Prince Baron, Public Programs and Exhibits Supervisor, Children's Museum of Manhattan (CMOM), Manhattan, NY
Experiments in Space
Age Levels: K-12 (test program - middle school)
Steve Heck, President/CEO-Civilian Astronaut, The Arete STEM Project, Milford, OH
Age Levels: 7-12
Emily May, Instructor and Curriculum Developer for Adventures in Engineering and Rocket Science, Digital Media Academy, Stanford, CA