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littleBits Releases Game-Based Code Kit

littleBits announces today the littleBits Code Kit, which helps kids learn to code while building games.
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littleBits announces today the littleBits Code Kit, which helps kids learn to code while building games. 

Students will learn the foundations of coding & engineering by building hands-on games with electronic building blocks and coding them using block programming based on Google’s Blockly on the littleBits Code Kit app.

The littleBits Code Kit includes:

  • Four game-based inventions: Tug-of-War, Ultimate Shootout, Hot Potato, and Rockstar Guitar
  • 100+ activities and lessons for grades 3-8, standards-linked
  • Quick start guides for students and educators, a Bit index, and a classroom poster
  • An interactive online teacher’s guide that will allow educators to import lessons directly into Google Docs
  • 16 Bits including the codeBit and LED Matrix
  • A rechargeable battery & 30 accessories
  • The littleBits Code Kit app that features drag-and-drop block programming based on Google’s Blockly 

littleBits will be sold through education product retailers for $299.95. Visit littlebits.cc/code-kit for more information.

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