Our curriculum aligns to Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and English Language Arts and Next Generation Science Standards. Some of our coding and science curriculum aligns to Computer Science Teachers Association Standards, International Technology and Engineering Educators Standards for Technological Literacy, and National Core Arts Standards.
HANDS ON INVENTION BASED PROBLEM SOLVING BRINGS LEARNING TO LIFE
HANDS ON INVENTION-BASED PROBLEM SOLVING
BRINGS LEARNING TO LIFE
Making Standards Fun
Conduct short research projects that build knowledge about a topic, like the cause you'd choose for the Invent for Good challenge.
Plan and carry out variable-controlled tests to identify areas that can be improved in a model or prototype invention.
Algorithms & Programming
Create programs that use variables to store and modify data, like building and coding a Digital Pet.
Describe how internal and external parts of computing devices function to form a system, like in our Code Kit introductory lesson, 'Hello World'.
Low Floors, High Ceilings, Wide Walls
In K-5 schools, Bits are used in science, math, literacy, intro to coding, music and arts lessons. More in depth concepts are extracted upon in middle school such as physical science, logic, design and computer science.
Our curriculum & lessons give students the freedom to foster their own unique interests, building independent thinking and creative problem solving skills required to succeed in the 21st Century.
Relevant case studies model how littleBits are being integrated into elementary, middle, and high schools in a variety of settings.