Multi-Grade (K-6)

Coding & Robotics:

Cubelets Series

STEM is an integrated approach to learn about science, technology, engineering and math.

Alberta K-6 curriculum education field trip on STEM Robotics for students in kindergarten through grade 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Curricular Highlights

  • Explorations: These programs embed the computer science competencies of problem solving and scientific inquiry through creativity, design, critical and computational thinking, communication, and collaboration. Following instructions, identifying outcomes, creating a sequence, testing, reworking, refining instructions, and determining if outcomes were achieved are all part of the Cubelets program.
  • Organizing Idea:: Problem solving and scientific inquiry are developed through the knowledgeable application of creativity, design, and computational thinking.
  • Theme: Program-dependent
  • Grade: Multi-Grade
  • Categories: STEM, Computer Science, Coding

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This program can be delivered as:

In-School Field Trips

Description: What do you get when you combine building blocks and robotics? You get Cubelets! Cubelets are magnetic blocks students sequence together to create and build robots – each with various coded actions. Student groups apply creativity and design principles to combine their blocks in different ways to achieve a variety of outcomes during these coding focused programs.

Format: Our experienced presenters deliver curriculum-based field trips right in your classroom.

Duration: 2 hours

Volunteers: 1 per 4 students recommended

Teacher Provides: N/A

Take Home:

Available Programs

There are 5 programs available for Robotics Cubelets Series:

Animal Adventures (K-6)

After discovering the basic functions of Cubelet magnetic blocks, students will build “animal” robots to perform different challenges. How can you make the giraffe go faster or slower? Can you make a slithering snake? How can you create echolocation for the Super Sea Creature? These challenges and more await your students in this dynamic program!

Dynamic Connections (K-6)

Little robots that teach big ideas! These magnetic cubes provide endless learning opportunities for students of all grade levels. What are Cubelets and what can they do? This program is a great introduction to these amazing magnetic cubes. Students will create little robots to meet different challenges using SENSE, THINK, and ACT blocks. The combination of robots are endless and your students will be thrilled with their creations!

Light It Up  (K-6)

Students will explore the world of robotics by using magnetic cubes to design a robot that lights up and moves! They will put on their thinking caps as they explore numerous challenges. Lots of opportunities for creativing thinking, collaboration and groupwork.

Robotic Vehicles (K-6)

What kind of robotic vehicles can be built using Cubelets and how will they function? Students will revel in designing robotic vehicles to perform certain actions. These magnetic cubes provide endless learning opportunities for students of all grade levels.

Super Spinners (K-6)

Round and round we go! Students will use Cubelets to create dynamic robots that move and play. Challenges include making a spinning car, trash bot, toy and drone. Students will be dizzy with excitement during this program!

What Teachers Are Saying

The students were highly engaged and could've carried on if time permitted. I enjoyed that it was all hands on and required them to critically think about how to make the robots move. (In-School program)

L.S., Grade 2 TeacherFFCA Elementary School

I loved the story connection to what they were going to build. Students were very engaged in the hands-on building activities and the visuals were great for assisting the students and the volunteers. The students really enjoyed sharing their own creations at the end of the program. (In-School program)

Grade 3 TeacherWin Ferguson School

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