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Your Intro to STEM II Curriculum

STEM Success Starts Here!

fischertechnik Introduction to STEM II is a more in-depth introduction to technology and robotics. This set uses everyday technology to invite students to construct 12 easy-to-understand models. Students are offered a foundation in STEM concepts by applying them to classroom and household items they use daily. This includes constructing a hand dryer, windshield wipers, a lighthouse with blinking light, merry-go-round and an automatic sliding door. Engage students with hands-on activities that will help them develop an interest and aptitude in STEM subjects. This education set is recommended for grades 3-5, and includes standards-based curriculum.

fischertechnik Introduction to STEM II is an ideal introduction to robotics and technology encountered in everyday items. Students can construct 12 easy-to-understand models from the 200 fischertechnik parts included. In addition to model parts, this set also includes the ROBO LT Controller that serves as a microcontroller for projects and ROBO Pro Light software for programming.

Recommended for Grades: 3, 4 and 5

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Get more information about fischertechnik Education's Introduction to STEM sets, and gain access to a world of technological discoveries. Take a look at what these sets can accomplish by viewing the sample project below, "Creating a Simple Model", which is constructed entirely from parts in the Introduction to STEM I set.

Explore essential STEM concepts, including:

  • Simple machines
  • Electrical fundamentals
  • Introduction to Ohms Law
  • Motor fundamentals
  • Introduction to coding

  • Matter and weight
  • Cause and effect
  • Systems and system models
  • Developing and using models
  • Structure and function
  • Stability and change

  • Energy and motion
  • How is energy transferred?
  • Analyzing and interpreting data
  • Constructing explanations
  • Designing solutions