Robots and Life Science Cubelets can actually help students learn a ton about observing and understanding the natural systems around them. As students in your camp, class, or club model their Cubelets creatures, they can apply what they know about scientific method, observation, characteristics, and properties. This Expansion Pack will help them add more creature-features to their amazing robots while working through these lesson plans. Our Life Science lesson plans cover scientific observation of behavior, characteristics and properties, life system adaptations, and more.
Mobile and programmable robot for students ages 7 and up
Knob, Brightness, Distance, Temperature
Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Programming
Cubelets Robot Blocks, Brick Adapters, storage, a 5-port battery charger and warranty.
Pre-programmed, remotely controlled
8 robots per 1 student
Elementary School, Middle School, Makerspace, Museum, Library, Summer Camp, Individual
2nd through 8th grade
Covering robotics, programming and computer science
No training required – available as an option
1 year warranty
Develop Problem-Solving skills and Computational Thinking. Spark the next generation of innovators by introducing procedural thinking, cause and effect, decomposition of complex tasks, pattern recognition and the ability to notice similarities or common differences, abstracti on and algorithm design and the ability to develop a step-by-step strategy for solving a problem, all using Cubelets robots. Cubelets are magnetic robot blocks that can be snapped together to make an end less variety of robots with no programming and no wires. You can build robots that drive around on a tabletop, respond to light, sound, and temperature, and have surprisingly lifelike behavior.
Endless Possibilities, Endless Fun, Endless Learning. Unlock Your Sudents’ Potential, Today! The Cubelets CLASS package comes with 84 magnetic blocks that can be snapped togeth er to make an endless variety of robots with no programming and no wires.
Anyone can build robots that drive around on a tabletop, respond to light and other objects, and have surprisingly lifelike behavior. Instead of programming that behavior, you snap the Cubelets together and watch the behavior emerge like with a flock of birds or a swarm of bees. Each Cubelet has a tiny computer inside of it and is a robot in its own right. When you put Cubelets together, you're actually making a robot out of several smaller robots. Each Cubelet communicates wi th its neighbors, so you know that if two blocks are next to each other, they're talking.
Inspire a love of learning through play. Cubelets® Robot Blocks make it fast and easy to engage children as young as four in learning by building robots. There’s no wrong way to build with Cubelets, so it is remarkably easy to transform these blocks into brilliant bundles of robotic curiosity.
You don’t need to know how to code or wire to construct robots with Cubelets. Snap the robot blocks together and the magnetic faces do the rest. Every unique arrangement is a new robot with novel behaviors emerging from the construction. Invention made easy.
We have a spectrum of fully developed lesson plans and activities for teachers of all types. Developed in conjunction with educators in the field, these classes have been tested and optimized to impart critical STEM lessons.
Lesson Plans Pre-K and Kindergarten: Specifically designed for little learners and mini makers. These lesson plans are the most accessible way of getting started with robotics and Cubelets robot blocks. 7 Lessons
Lesson Plans Grades 1-3: Tailored to meet the needs of 1st-3rd grade students, these lesson plans are the perfect way to introduce your students to robotics with Cubelets robot blocks. 10 Lessons
Lesson Plans Grades 4-6: Built to meet the needs of 4th through 6th grade students, these lesson plans are the perfect springboard to creative robot education with Cubelets robot blocks. 15 Lessons
Lesson Plans Grades 7-12: Covering 7th through 12th Grade and beyond, these lesson plans provide high-ceiling activities while still maintaining accessibility for all experience levels. 10 Lessons