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Sam Labs are offering a 20% discount for their Alpha Coding kit for individuals.
This is a really good quality kit for teaching children coding. The SAM blocks in the kit are compatible with Lego and very versatile. The result is endless fun while learning to code too. Suitable for ages 7 to 11.
Discover coding in an accessible, fun and interactive way. Wireless Bluetooth SAM blocks connect effortlessly. Each block is an input or an output, such as a motor, a light or a light sensor. Use the SAM Space and Blockly apps to connect the blocks together. SAM Space allows for blocks to be visualised and coded together in a simple and intuitive way. Visual, flow-based drag-and-drop coding allows students to take their physical SAM Blocks, drop them into a virtual canvas and connect them together to create projects.
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- Click HERE to go to the SAM Labs Alpha Coding Kit (opens in new tab)
- Enter the discount code AWE20 on checkout
About SAM Labs
SAM Labs provides everything you need to deliver the most engaging STEAM and Coding learning experience to your classroom. It seamlessly connects software and hardware with lesson plans that cover a wide variety of subjects, making learning about coding accessible, experimental, interactive and fun.
SAM Labs kits are bursting with wireless electronic blocks that each have a personality of their own. From lights to motors to sliders to buzzers, every Bluetooth-enabled block can connect to the others via the app to do something different. Press a button to turn a light on! Use a light sensor to activate an alarm! With the app, students can code the behaviours of blocks in any way they can imagine, enabling them to make anything from simple reactions to complex creations in minutes.
Students can use SAM Labs to design, write and debug programs, applying sequencing, selection and iteration. They will use logical reasoning to write algorithms, incorporating variables, inputs and outputs. Using the blocks and app, they will learn to control and simulate physical systems.