WILD! Science My First Coding and Computer Science Kit – Ages 6+ – Teach Kid-Friendly Coding, Encryption, Pixelation, Algorithm and Data Sorting Concepts Without a Computer or App

Introduce coding, communication and other computer concepts with this easy-to-use, entertaining and informative science kit for children aged 6+! Designed to be a fun, hands-on experience for kids. Teach coding, encryption and data sorting concepts by using real objects, without a computer or app. First, kids will learn the concept with a hands-on, guided activity, and secondly, they will create their own, unique binary necklace, sorting race, ancient encryption device, mystery maze and pixelated picture. || 15 components are included in the kit: 1 Necklace, Digital (Binary) Beads, 1 Sorting Tray, 1 Seesaw Balance, 1 Plastic Tube, 2 Paper Strips, 10 Clip Jars, Stickers, Spoon, Sand, 3 Plastic Sheets, 200 Colored Beads, Pixel Board, Tweezers and Education and Instruction Booklet.

Product Features

  • HANDS-ON CODING WITHOUT A COMPUTER — No screen time required! A practical, fun introduction to coding for kids and everything you need is included in the box.
  • CREATE CLEVER CODING PRODUCTS — Children learn best by using their hands! They will create a unique binary necklace, sorting race, ancient encryption device, mystery maze and pixelated picture.
  • SO MUCH VALUE IN THE BOX — Included are 15 components that come in resalable containers and bags, which can be used again and again.
  • KID-FRIENDLY, FULL-COLOR INSTRUCTION BOOKLETS — We want science to be fun and easy for kids to understand. Each step in the booklet comes with an illustration to show exactly what needs to be done!
  • IDEAL FOR BEGINNER PROGRAMMERS — Give your kids an opportunity to understand digital concepts with their hands. They’ll be experts in no time!
  • ENGAGE LEFT AND RIGHT HEMISPHERES — Develop your child’s logical and analytical skills as the same time as developing their creative and expressive skills as part of their STEM learning. We’ve designed this kit for children aged 8+ with strengths on either side!
  • PROGRESSION OF STEM SKILLS INCLUDED — Step by step starter activities early success. Children can then use their creativity to work on more open activities for each coding concept.
  • A TRUSTWORTHY BRAND WITH FULLY COMPLIANT SCIENCE KITS — WILD! Science products are tested to the highest consumer standards (ASTM and CPSIA). Our products are recognized internationally as having premium manufacturing quality, premium design values, the ultimate in compliance and safety, and of course, great play and learning value.

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My First Lab STEM Mini Inspector – Microscope for Smartphones and Tablets, Turn Smartphones and Tablets into a Powerful Microscope

The My First Lab STEM Mini Inspector takes STEM to the next level by easily converting any smartphone or tablet into a powerful microscope. Children have a natural desire to interact with technology. Now with our Mini Inspector they will be able to connect to science 24/7. Our versatile adaptor works with most smartphones and tablets on the market. The Mini Inspector is great for viewing indoor and outdoor everyday items in great detail. Your child will be surprised and delighted by all the little details that go unnoticed until magnified. The Mini-Inspector also includes two light settings for adaptive lighting. Perfect at home, in the classroom, and as stocking stuffers! Age 6+

Product Features

  • My First Lab Mini Inspector – Versatile Smartphone and Tablet adaptor that turns smartphones and tablets into a powerful microscope
  • Connecting Science and Technology – Our Stem Starter Kit helps connect children’s love of science and technology
  • Adaptive Lighting – Forensic UV and LED light settings help achieve the right light for all your scientific explorations
  • Portable – The lightweight STEM-MINI is perfect for exploring indoors, outdoors, in the classroom and all places in between
  • Easy to Use – Fun and easy to use for kids and adults right out of the box

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