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    The new kits start at just $99.99.

    LittleBits first debuted in 2011 with the intent of helping kids learn how to code, create, and express themselves through technology. Today, the company announced threw new Inventor Kits it's adding to its lineup to give kiddos even more ways to explore the worlds of STEM and STEAM.
    The first new bundle is the Base Inventor Kit. For just $99.99, you'll get more than 12 different activities and the companion Inventor App that guides users through the things they can create — such as a robotic gripper arm that's controlled via voice control.

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    09-12-2018 10:00 AM

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