Level D Preview

Want to know what you'll learn in Level D? Level D takes all the electronics, coding, and Raspberry Pi skills learned...

Raspberry Pi 3 vs. Raspberry Pi 4

You might be wondering why our kits include the Raspberry Pi 3B instead of the recently released Raspberry Pi 4. When...

Level B: Infrared Obstacle Sensors

In Level B you will learn to work with an infrared obstacle sensor as well as a level shifter. In this video, an infr...

Level B: Working with Line Sensors

Time for another peek at one of the electrical components you will learn about in Level B: Line sensors. As your skil...

Level B: Temperature Sensors

Temperature sensors can be connected to the Raspberry Pi and set up to output the reading to a display, text message ...

Level B: Working with RFID

In Level B you learn to work with RFID which stands for radio frequency identification. 

Level B: Working with a Matrix-style Keypad

The matrix-style keypad is taught in Intro to Robotics Level B. The keypad can be programmed to accept input that can...

What is a Raspberry Pi?

Learn about the amazing Raspberry Pi and why we use it in all our Intro to Robotics kits.

Projects to Do After Completing Level A

A few projects to work on after completing Level A.

Why Use Curriculum to Teach Electronics, Programming, and Robotics?

Learn why using a curriculum and kit makes so much sense when teaching a student electronics, programming, and robotics.

Troubleshooting as a Valuable Skill

Troubleshooting is a valuable skill that can save time, money, and is looked for by STEM hiring managers.
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