Introduction to STEM II

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Introduction to STEM II
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Robotics for grades 3 to 5.

  • A foundation in STEM concepts
Fischertechnik Introduction to STEM II is a more in-depth introduction to technology and robotics. This set uses everyday technology to invite students to construct 12 easy-to-understand models. Students are offered a foundation in STEM concepts by applying them to classroom and household items they use daily. This includes constructing a hand dryer, windshield wipers, a lighthouse with blinking light, merry-go-round, and an automatic sliding door. Engage students with hands-on activities that will help them develop an interest and aptitude in STEM subjects. This education set is recommended for grades 3–5, and includes standards-based curriculum.

Features of fischertechnik Introduction to STEM II:
Fischertechnik Introduction to STEM II is an ideal introduction to robotics and technology encountered in everyday items. Students can construct 12 easy-to-understand models, including:

A hand dryer
Windshield wipers
A lighthouse with blinking light
An automatic sliding door
Components included to complete projects*

Ordering information: The ROBO Pro Light software makes programming easy to understand and allows students to get started quickly. The ROBO LT Controller serves as a microcontroller for all of your projects. It includes 3 inputs for sensors and 2 outputs for motors or indicator lights has a USB interface for simultaneous power supply. Set contains 200 fischertechnik parts, including: ROBO LT Controller (USB interface/USB power supply), ROBO PRO Light software, an XS motor, 2 lights, a lens tip lamp, Photo-transistor, 2 switches, *Windows based PC required for operation.

Recommended for Grades: 3, 4 and 5.

Explore essential STEM concepts, including Simple machines, Electrical fundamentals, Introduction to Ohms Law, Motor fundamentals, Introduction to coding (programming), Matter and weight, Cause and effect, Systems and system models, Developing and using models, Structure and function, Stability and change, Energy and motion, How is energy transferred?, Analyzing and interpreting data, Constructing explanations, and Designing solutions.