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These delightful pieces of art were created by students at C.C.A. Baldi Middle School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, under the instruction of educator Christopher Sweeney. To learn more, you may check out their work on Instagram @sweeney2400 and @baldi_makerspace.
Students in Phoenix, Arizona, educator Dawn Olson’s class (Twitter @dawnolsonaz) recently created “Identity Circuitry” projects to help them “build paths & connections.”
In August 2022, educator Trish Ryan, of Wilkins Public School in Marrickville, NSW, Australia, mentored other teachers during Science Week, brainstorming ideas for integrating circuits into a Fractured Fairytale unit to tell illuminated stories!
In September 2022, Boston, Massachusetts, educator Kristin Osiecki created this mesmerizing jelly fish for her classroom’s “Sea Circuit Aquarium,” using a laser cutter and Circuit Sticker LEDs. Student artwork will be coming soon!
In September 2022, fifth grade SPARK students in Hope Loveland’s classroom at Union Park School in Arizona brought their art to life with circuits and coding. The screenshots don’t fully capture the magic of the hidden images that are illuminated when these creations are in action.
4th grader from James McHenry Elementary School designing his own simple circuit after learning from the Chibitronics Circuit Sticker Sketchbook. He designed it, determined how much of each material he needed, measured the copper tape, and built his own circuit.
These first graders from Instituto Alpes San Javier in Mexico presented their wonderful works of story writing, art, and computer science at 2019’s ISTE convention in Philadelphia. They each wrote their own illustrated storybooks with lights connected to a Chibi Chip microcontroller. Their goal: To encourage those who don’t like to read to do so, enticed by the interactivity the girl’s code provided.
Youngster visiting the Explora Kids Museum in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He couldn’t get enough circuitry! He even built and tested a Chibitronics illuminated helicopter.
Gifted students at Robert Goddard Montessori School in Maryland teach Chicago 8th graders to code with Microsoft MakeCode and Google Hangouts!
This 5th grader is putting finishing touches on this detailed giant Chibi Chip replica!
A fifth grader built this paper “smart” city by creating little paper houses and connecting them to a Chibi Chip using copper tape. She used Microsoft MakeCode to develop the code to light the city.
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