STEAM Education -Science Robot kit is an educational coding kit that is based on an open-source platform. The kit includes a variety of sensors, electronic modules and mechanical components, and comes with 16 companion lessons. With mBlock, a visual programming software, you can program the kit to solve real-life problems and create fascinating science projects.
Various electronic modules and components to build a wide variety of shapes.
Curriculum of Robot Science:
- Colorful World: 1.Dance Party 2.Emergency Rescue 3.Penguin Spy 4.Fabulous Frog
- Tech Life: 1.Autopilot Technology 2.Energy-saving Life 3.Measurement Engineer 4.Clever Lamp
- Family Games: 1.Electronic Pet 2.Lucky Wheel 3.Volume Racing 4.Guess the Number Game
- Smart Applications: 1.Temperature Laboratory 2.Smart Cooling Machine 3.Smart Barrier Gate 4.Crosswalk Safety System
|Serial No.||Topics||Session||Teaching Objectives|
|Lesson 1||Dance party||2 classes/90 min||Students get an overall picture of the basic operations of mBlock graphic programming software and recognize the main components of mBot.|
|Lesson 2||Emergency rescue||2 classes/90 min||Students get a preliminary understanding of the application principle of the buzzer electronic module, imitating a real-life ambulance, and how to modify and accomplish the programming task independently.|
|Lesson 3||Penguin Spy||2 classes/90 min||Students are encouraged to delve into preserving nature and the earth by exploring the survival conditions of penguins, simulating penguins and making robot penguins.|
|Lesson 4||Fabulous Frog||2 classes/90 min||Students learn about the frog’s living environment and growth process, and make robot frogs, to complete the programming tasks.|
|Lesson 5||Autopilot Technology||2 classes/90 min||Students get a basic understanding of the concept of autopilot, recognizing ultrasonic sensors, and the branch structure in programming.|
|Lesson 6||Energy-saving Life||2 classes/90 min||By understanding the production process of a thermal power generator, students become aware of the importance of energy-efficient living and how to use ultrasonic sensors to accomplish programming tasks.|
|Lesson 7||Measurement Engineer||2 classes/90 min||By actually measuring, students further their understanding of the tools’ role in people’s daily work and practice their teamwork ability.|
|Lesson 8||Clever Lamp||2 classes/90 min||Students gain an understanding of the concept of intelligent life, recognizing the three primary colors of light, and learning to use voice sensors to make small voice-activated desk lamps.|
|Lesson 9||Electronic Pet||2 classes/90 min||Students grasp the definition of pets to separate pets from non-pets, and learn about the LED lattice screen and its applications, and then create artworks.|
|Lesson 10||Lucky Wheel||2 classes/90 min||Students learn the concept of random numbers, how to design and create works independently, designing games, and begin to realize that learning programming is also very interesting.|
|Lesson 11||Volume Racing||2 classes/90 min||Students discover the three major motions in the world, explore the secrets of voice grading, and make racers according to volume characteristics in order to compete in sprint racing.|
|Lesson 12||Guess the Number Game||2 classes/90 min||Students learn game concepts, the characteristics and functions of a potentiometer as well as programming variables, and then put that knowledge to use by creating a game.|
|Lesson 13||Temperature laboratory||2 classes/90 min||Students learn about temperature, to recognize common thermometers and temperature sensors and to make temperature gauges.|
|Lesson 14||Smart Cooling Machine||2 classes/90 min||Students learn about Chinese tea culture, the boiling point of water and the melting point of ice, and utilize a variety of programming software.|
|Lesson 15||Smart Barrier Gate||2 classes/90 min||Students learn to recognize common barriers and the steering gear, how to install and debug it, and the corresponding control program.|
|Lesson 16||Crosswalk Safety System||2 classes/90 min||Intended to educate students about the importance of traffic safety and urge them to obey traffic rules by simulating traffic lights for case production and programming tasks.|
To see the sample lesson plan and code, click here.
Part list included in the kit:
- 1 x Mainboard mCore
- 1 x Lithium Battery
- 1 x Ultrasonic Sensor
- 1 x Line-follower Sensor
- 2 x RGB LED
- 1 X Sound Sensor
- 1 x Potentiometer
- 1 x LED Matrix (8*16)
- 1 x 130 DC Motor
- 1 x 7-segment Display
- 2 x Motor
- 1 x Infrared Remote Controller
- 1 x 9g Micro Servo
- 1 x RJ25 Adapter
- 1 x Touch Sensor
- 1x Temperature Sensor
- 4 x RJ25 Cable-20cm
- 2 x RJ25 Cable-35cm
- 1 x USB Cable
- 2 x Beam 0824-080
- 4 x Beam 0824-096
- 1 x Beam 0824-112
- 1 x Beam 0824-072
- 4 x Bracket 3*3
- 2 x Plate 45°
- 4 x Cuttable Linkage
- 2 x Plate I1
- 2 x Bracket 3*3*120°
- 2 x Beam 0412-108
- 2 x Beam 0412-076
- 2 x Beam 0412-092
- 10 x Brass Stud M4*8+6
- 10 x Brass Stud M4*25+6
- 4 x Brass Stud M4*32+6
- 50 x M4*8mm Screw
- 30 x M4*14mm Screw
- 20 x M4*22mm Screw
- 50 x Nut M4
- 10 x Plastic Spacer 4*7*10
- 20 x Plastic Spacer 4*7*3
- 1 x Wrench 5mm&7mm
- 4 x Track Block
- 1 x Small Screw Box
- 2 x Wheel
- 1 x Chassis
- 1 x Screwdriver
- 1 x Mini Wheel
- 8 x Nut M3
- 4 x M2.2*9.5mm Self-drilling Screw
- 6 x M3*25mm Screw
In order to repair your mBot, following are the components you can use:
Useful resources for mBot:
- mBlock5 Software.
- mBot Software and accessories.
- Makeblock construction system.
- Bundle and deals.
- Book your teacher training on coding and robotics.
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