Explore our hands-on, step-by-step solutions that support students in their first steps in programming, electronics and science. Linked directly into the curriculum, no prior knowledge or experience is required.
The Arduino Science Journal is a mobile application that allows anyone to conduct scientific experiments by measuring the surrounding world with sensors, documenting and comparing data, developing and validating hypotheses, and taking notes.
Get started with the basics of electronics, programming, and coding. No prior knowledge is necessary - the kit will guide you through 11 exciting activities, introducing concepts like current, voltage, resistance, and developing important 21st century skills, such as problem-solving and critical thinking.
Developed in partnership with Google, this kit challenges students to explore and explain the physics behind amusement park rides, make their own hypotheses, validate their assumptions using real world data, and learn about the concepts such as electromagnetism, thermodynamics, kinetics, and kinematics.
Learn the basics of programming, coding, and electronics including current, voltage, and digital logic. Lessons and projects can be paced according to your students’ abilities. You can integrate the kit throughout the curriculum, including subjects such as physics, chemistry, and even history.
Junior Certification makes it easy for educators to assess younger students’ aptitude, skills, and knowledge of programming, electronics, and Arduino. Aimed at students aged 14+, this basic certification covers topics in the Arduino Student Kit or Arduino Education Starter Kit. It gives educators a clear insight into each student’s own level, and enables you to spot knowledge gaps and areas for improvement. Junior Certification also helps students acquire the skills and qualifications they need to enter the job market or pursue further education in their chosen STEM field.