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Students and hobbyists ages 14+ with advanced programming knowledge can test their robotics design and coding skills to the limit using the Arduino Open Source Platform. Set up circuits with your own onboard breadboard or experiment with up to 5 ready-made sensors. If you’re using STEM & Robotics Produino in a classroom, our curriculum-ready kits come with everything you need to start teaching today: parts, structured lesson plans, fun activities, drag-and-drop software and a 3D building app that lets students test their robots in virtual reality!
STEM and Robotics Produino classroom kits are more than hours of robotics fun. They’re a complete learning system designed to help high school students with a background in robotics development and deepen core STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) principles creatively and intuitively. With STEM & Robotics Produino, your students will learn how to:
Our STEM and Robotics Pro kits are perfect for groups of 2-3 students.
Teachers can use our STEM building sets to add an extra dimension of creativity to existing lesson plans or to build an entire curriculum. We give you all the teaching resources you need to bring your STEM classroom adventure to life with hardly any prep time at all.
Your STEM and Robotics Produino kit will give you access to:
Younger learners used to programming robots manually via onboard buttons will find our easy-to-master KEIRO™ software with its built-in simulator and beginner coding language a comfortable next step. Designed to match the simplicity of MIT’s Scratch interface, KEIRO™ lets more advanced programmers edit easily and add complex functions using flow diagrams and Arduino IDE technology. KEIRO™ software is fully compatible with smart devices via Bluetooth or a USB connection and runs on all major operating systems (Windows, macOS and Linux.)
Building in 3D space takes hands-on modeling to the next level. Young learners can design, zoom in on, rotate, assemble and disassemble models, while familiarizing themselves with CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software.