Novice programmers will want to move quickly on these space LittleBits Prime Day offerings, which end on Tuesday (June 22).
On kits up to 40% off, they allow your kids to learn coding and other skills that will help them improve their science, technology, arts, engineering and technology (STEAM) education.
LittleBits Space Rover Inventor Kit at almost $ 30 on Amazon, that’s an incredible 40% off. This educational set is perfect for fans of the ongoing adventures of NASA’s Perseverance rover on Mars. Designed for kids ages 8 and up, the kit will allow them to connect a smartphone to create and customize a rover kit to simulate space adventures on the planet.
LittleBits Space Rover Inventor Kit:
US $ 49.97 $ 29.99 at Amazon (40% Off)
Build, customize and operate an app-controlled rover for your planetary adventure. You will also complete NASA-inspired astronaut training and assignments.
The electronic building blocks in the rover kit allow kids to create elements they are likely to recognize by perseverance, such as a robotic arm and a sampling scoop. The instructional videos are free for your kids to use, allowing them to navigate with the help of instructors.
For a more superhuman twist, your kids can take advantage of the LittleBits “Avengers” Hero Inventor, which is 23% off on Prime Day. As in the movies, kids will be encouraged to learn how to program with voices and sound effects based on Marvel’s theme.
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LittleBits Avengers Hero Invention Kit:
US $ 69.95 $ 53.99 at Amazon
Inspired by the popular Marvel Avengers comics and movies, your kids can learn to code at 23% off this Prime Day. Includes authentic sound effects, superhero voice, animator maker, and compatibility with iPhone (iOS 10.0 or later) or Android (5.0 or later). View deal
Your superheroes will be tasked with creating an Iron Man glove that can then be connected to the app. The set is recommended for children over 8 years old.
There are many other science kits with big discounts on Prime Day. We’ve rounded up five very popular ones on LiveScience, or you can check out Robotic or Science Kits offerings from National Geographic, Ciro, and Osmo.
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