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Lego WeDo 2.0 Robotics Kit

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Understanding computing and programming is a valuable skill to develop at a young age. According to the National Curriculum for computing, a “high-quality computing education equips pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world. The core of computing is computer science, in which pupils are taught the principles of information and computation, how digital systems work and how to put this knowledge to use through programming.

Lego WeDo 2.0 Robotics Kit

Lego Mindstorms EV3 Kit

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LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 enables students to build, program and test their solutions based on LEGO building bricks and real-life robotics technology. Through hands-on learning, LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 will enable your students to: understand forces and motion; graph and interpret rotation sensor data; develop robots capable of complex thinking using logical structures and sensor feedback; understand that complex systems are created from subsystems; and design, build and program a fully-functioning robotic system.

Primo Cubetto Playset

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Cubetto is the friendly wooden robot that will teach your child the basics of computer programming through adventure and hands-on play. Montessori-approved, LOGO Turtle inspired.

Code & Go Robot Mouse

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Build your maze, and then use the coding cards to create a step-by-step path for Colby, the Programmable Robot Mouse. Program the sequence of steps, and then watch Colby race to find the cheese! This deluxe set includes 30 double-sided coding cards, 10 double-sided activity cards, cheese wedge, and Activity Guide to provide the perfect hands-on introduction to coding concepts. Create your path with 16 maze grids to create a 20" x 20" maze board, 22 maze walls, and 3 tunnels for endless possibilities.

Sphero SPRK+ Power Pack

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The SPRK+ Power Pack™ lets you charge, store, and carry SPRK+ robots by the dozen. Built with an integrated cooling system, your robots can charge safely all from one place. Included with the Power Pack are 12 shiny new SPRK+ robots, Turbo Covers, maze tape, and protractors, so the activities can get started anytime, anywhere.
What's In the Box:
Power Pack Charging Case with 7.5 foot power adapter cable
12x Sphero SPRK+
12x Inductive charging base with USB charging cables
12x Clear Turbo covers
12x Maze tape, 360 degree protractors

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Little Red Riding Hood

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Once upon a time… Discover the magic of the popular fairy tale in this wonderful brain teaser for preschoolers. Can you help Little Red Riding Hood find the right path to her grandma’s house?

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Primary
Elementary
Content Area: 
Math
Computer Science
Play Time: 
5 min.
Little Red Riding Hood

Snow White

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Once upon a time… Discover the magic of the fairy tale with this original puzzle game. SnowWhite Deluxe is designed to introduce young children to logical thinking as well as the use of symbols. Play SnowWhite by correctly placing all the characters inside the house.

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Primary
Elementary
Content Area: 
Math
Computer Science
Play Time: 
10 min.
Snow White

Breakout Edu Kit

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The Breakout EDU kit includes everything you need to play over 350 games created for the classroom environment. The kit includes access to the new BreakoutEdu Platform to be used while using the kit.

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Primary
Elementary
Middle
High
Professional
Content Area: 
ELA
Math
Social Studies
Science
Fine Arts
Health/Phys. Ed.
LOTE
Computer Science
Special Education
Family/Consumer Science
Business/Technology
ELL
Library
Other
Play Time: 
30 min.
Breakout Edu Kit

Penguins on Ice

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SmartGames Penguins on Ice is an award-winning, completely unique game based on ancient Greek Pentomino...featuring puzzle pieces that shift in order to fit into place!

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Elementary
Middle
Content Area: 
Math
Computer Science
Play Time: 
10 min.
Penguins on Ice

Career Connections | Tire Designer

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A tire designer uses art, math, and engineering to create safe, cost-effective tires.

Career Connections | Product Designer

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See how a product designer for the health-care industry manufactures antimicrobial fabrics. To start on this career path, you should study marketing and customer service and have knowledge of consumer-product manufacturing and research.

Career Connections | Auto Factory Worker

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The automobile manufacturing industry has three exciting fields in which a student can specialize: performing the actual assembly of a vehicle, putting together its exterior shell and interior frame, and painting and sealing the body.

Analyzing its Geometry and Energy Efficiency | Treasures of New York: "Hearst Tower"

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Students solve a real-world mathematical problem involving the area of a triangle and learn about how energy conservation is applied to architectural design using video from Treasures of New York: Hearst Tower. Utilizing text-dependent discussion questions and classroom activities called “teaching tips,” students have an opportunity to take a deep dive into mathematics, STEM content and the arts.

The Lowdown | The Math of Trash: Percents and Proportions

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Discover how percents and proportions help explain issues like climate change, composting, and zero waste in this video from KQED. In the accompanying classroom activity, students estimate the percentage of various types of trash that they generate (e.g., paper, plastic) and calculate the pounds of each based on the United States daily average of 7 pounds per person. They display these figures in a pie chart and consider how the chart would change if they generated less trash. To get the most from this lesson, students should have some prior experience calculating percentages.

Inside Science | How to Design a 51-Star Flag

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In this video from Inside Science, mathematicians develop a computer model to identify all of the potential patterns for displaying 51 stars on the American flag.

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