STEM Coding Pro Szenerie

STEM Coding Pro

Hands-on learning of programming in primary school!

How do traffic lights work? How can I learn to program a simple drawing robot? On the basis of models taken from everyday life and tasks that build on each other, children learn key digital skills step by step. With the aid of an easy-to-operate controller, practical sensors and actuators, an intuitive Scratch app, models that are quick to set up and the colourful fischertechnik building blocks, primary school children solve tasks they are familiar with from their living environment. Thanks to the playful hands-on approach to learning, children also develop important social and emotional skills.

 

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Number of pupils
2-4 per construction kit
Learning objectives
Learn the basics of computer science and robotics, understand how actuators and sensors work
Time expenditure
Each task contains detailed timings for lesson structuring.
Age level
Primary school

Accompanying didactic material


Exercise 1: Flashing light

 

Didactic material

Building instructions

Exercise 2: Traffic signal switching

Didactic material

Building instructions

Exercise 3: Alarm system

Didactic material

Building instructions

Exercise 5: Coin counter

 

Didactic material

Building instructions

Exercise 6: A fan that cools you

Didactic material

Building instructions

Exercise 9: Bar code reader

 

Didactic material

Building instructions

Exercise 11: Drawing robot

 

Didactic material

Building instructions

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