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Young Innovator STEM Kit

Young Innovator STEM Kit


This beginner-friendly kit provides a comprehensive introduction to electronics, programming, and coding, without requiring any prior knowledge. With 11 engaging activities, the kit covers essential concepts such as current, voltage, and resistance, while fostering essential 21st century skills like problem-solving and critical thinking.

Each kit includes all the necessary hardware, access to online learning content, and dedicated support, making it perfect for remote teaching, homeschooling, or self-learning. Each Student Kit is equipped with an Arduino UNO rev3 board, a breadboard, a multimeter, a battery, wires, and a range of sensors and actuators.

The hardware is delivered in a sturdy, reusable box that can be used for long-term storage and multiple uses.

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