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Time to buy meaningful gifts for our STEM-loving girls!
Here are our kid-vetted, STEM teacher-approved, holiday, birthday, and just about any day gift list for your STEM-girl!
- 4 programing languages -> C, Python (compatible with 2&3), Java and Scratch.
- 561-page detailed tutorials (including basic electronics knowledge) -> The download link can be found on the product box. (No paper tutorial.)
- 223 items for 72 interesting projects -> Each project has a circuit diagram and tested code with detailed explanation.
- Compatible models -> Raspberry Pi 400 / 4B / 3B+ / 3B / 3A+ / 2B / 1B+ / 1A+ / Zero W / Zero. (NOT contained in this kit)
- Get support -> Our technical support team is always ready to answer your questions.
Little Bits has found a way to keep kids coding and engineering with their project-based electronic kit that connects coding, circuits and her world! The base inventor kit directs kids to build and customize a voice-activated robotic gripper arm, then transform it into new creative inventions that improve their room, help their community, or save the world.
A Raspberry Pi Kit is the perfect choice for that gal who wants to learn to code and get started NOW! It’s a great option that requires a USB cord, an HDMI cord, CAT5/6 (if you want internet)- you can also connect via wi-fi, and of course a monitor, keyboard and mouse…so it’s kinda like just add water and insta-computer. Yes, that’s really it. The whole computer is smaller than a 3×5 index card, no joke! It is pre-programmed with old-school games run on python, but has a platform for coding build in and ready for your STEM-crazy girl ready to take over the world and code away! Ok, and let me tell you when you add the kit, it can do stuff like water your plants, send you a text to say it did and tell you when it needs more!The Kit option adds in all the LED lights, cords and other “fun doo-dads” that make it more than just a programmable computer. It turns it into an action machine that can control objects outside of itself. And, because most of the stuff is so tiny, the kits themselves are super duper cheap!
So, what’s the difference between the Arduino and Raspberry Pi?
Great question! One is really like a simple processor that can only do a single task over and over (Arduino). The other (Raspberry Pi) is a complex computer that can run multiple tasks.
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And remember, straight from a teacher,
if you get them something from this list,
You won’t go wrong!