Sphero is a water-resistant robot shaped like a ball. It can be programmed to roll around, jump, and change color as kids "drive" it through environments they create.


Ozobot is a little toy robot that blends the physical and digital worlds — and teaches kids programming. ... Ozobot can identify lines, colors, and codes on both digital surfaces, such as an iPad, and physical surfaces, such as paper.

Little Bits

LittleBits are electronic building blocks that allow students to engineer a wide range of machines.

Google Expeditions

Google Expeditions are a teacher led virtual reality that allow students to see and experience places they would not otherwise be able to visit.

Makey Makey

Makey Makeys are simple and easy to use circuit boards that allow students to create innovative touch pads


Bloxels allow students to create video games that reflect classroom learning through interactive stories.


WeDo combines hands-on LEGO® bricks with easy-to-use coding software to create STEM projects and robots.

Heat Sensing Camera

Heat Sensor Cameras translate thermal energy (heat) into visible light in order to analyze a particular object or scene.


Drones are small unmanned air crafts that come with a fly cage. They are able to be programmed with an iPad.


Zoobs are an interlocking building set with pieces that move after you put them together.

Keva Planks

KEVA Planks are cuboid wooden block for construction and model creation.

Brain Flakes

Brain Flakes are uniform-sized building blocks that click together for spatial relation activities.

Class VR

ClassVR is a standalone headset is fully classroom ready. No additional mobile device is needed, the headset delivers a fully immersive VR experience whilst being wirelessly managed and controlled by the ClassVR Teacher Portal.