Reusable electronic projects with all needed components
Online classroom with step by step learning material
Includes questions and assessments to evaluate the student's comprehension
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"I run a local hackathon (https://hacksi.org) and I use your kits for new hackers. I’ve also sponsored a couple of subscriptions for my local High School. I love your product!" - Dav Glass
"I exposed my students to 2 options. Option 1 was Sphero's and option 2 was Creation Crate kits. Overwhelmingly (5:1) the students wanted to try the Creation Crate kits! The students love them and enjoy the challenges of kit building which makes the code problem solving more fun."
- Gray Stone Day School
"I am happy to have finally found a STEM kit for kids that doesn’t simplify the project for kids. Creation Crate gives clear directions that leave a little bit of room for the user to “figure it out” just enough. The programming isn’t pre typed or block based and you learn first-hand how to troubleshoot and problem solve. The review questions at the end are great for figuring out why the code works and how to change it." - Tina
- Tioga High School
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What Will Students Learn and Build?
01 - Mood Lamp
This project will show you how to build a lamp that changes colors and only turns on when it is dark. (We’re still not quite sure if the lamp controls your mood or the other way around
1.1 - Arduino IDE Setup 1.2 - Intro to Prototyping with a Breadboard (Fresh and Gluten Free) 1.3 - My First Sketch (No Pencil Necessary) 1.4 - Sine Waves and Algorithms, the sky’s the limit!
02 - Memory Game
This project will help you build a fun game that challenges your memory recall of randomly-generated sequences of multi-colored LEDs.
2.1 - Using Multiple Inputs and Outputs (I/O, I/O, it’s off to code I go.) 2.2 - Randomizing Outputs 2.3 - Using Arrays 2.4 - Generating Sounds – Frequency Manipulation
03 - Distance Detector
This project will help you use an ultrasonic sensor to detect the distance of an object. (Yes, you too can be Batman (or Batwoman)!)
3.1 - Detecting Variable Input Values 3.2 - Using the Serial Monitor (Has nothing to do with breakfast food) 3.3 - Inferring Hardware Configuration by Analyzing the Code
04 - LED Dice Game
This project will simulate the random roll of a die. (Not to be used for gambling in back allies.)