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Big news for little learners – The 2021 Little Book is here

Posted by Admin on April 21, 2021

Ever heard the saying, “Good things come in small packages”? Well, in this case, great things are in the littlest catalog Pitsco has ever produced – because it contains products for the littlest users we’ve ever served! The inaugural Little Book was launched at the beginning of April, and, with a plethora of hands-on learning products, the book also relays a fresh and fun way to introduce our new solutions that reach pre-K to Grade 2 students.

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Topics: IN THE CLASSROOM, Elementary School, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Homeschool, STEM, Trends, Resources, Coding, Authentic Learning, Activities, Hands-on Learning, STEAM, Inquiry-based Learning

Video gaming brings STEM skills to life

Posted by Admin on September 10, 2020

Video games have become quite the pastime. They’re a good way to bring family and friends together for work or competition or just a way to unwind with a good story after a long day. With social distancing, most gaming platforms have seen a huge increase in both demand and the amount of users, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep your mind fresh!

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Topics: IN THE CLASSROOM, BEYOND THE CLASSROOM, Culture, Science, Technology, STEM, Resources, Coding, Authentic Learning, Activities, Future Ready, 21st Century Skills, Hands-on Learning, STEAM, Workforce Development, Virtual Reality

Get bowled over at home or in the classroom

Posted by Admin on August 03, 2020

Summer means it’s a great time for indoor sports and activities to help keep cool, and, for me, that always includes bowling! Bowling is one of those awesome pastimes I like because I can take any of my friends, regardless of skill level, and we can all have a good time, hang out, and easily social distance.

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Topics: IN THE CLASSROOM, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Homeschool, STEM, Engineering, Activities, Hands-on Learning, Physics

Translating Morse code into learning

Posted by Admin on July 23, 2020

When I was young, there was one day that my dad kept making these weird noises. “Daw, dee dee, daw, daw, daw.” I was very, very confused by these seemingly random sounds he was making, but then he said it was actually a sort of secret language. Talk about catching a kid’s interest! He was explaining Morse code to me and showed me the alphabet as it’s written — dots and dashes.

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Topics: IN THE CLASSROOM, BEYOND THE CLASSROOM, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, ROBOTICS, Culture, Technology, Trends, Resources, Coding, Activities, Hands-on Learning, STEAM

Tech History: National VCR Day

Posted by Admin on June 04, 2020

Nowadays, movies and TV shows are in the palm of our hands. Literally. Smartphones make it so we can access all types of media in an instant, and smart TVs in our homes mean we have unbridled access to more content than our grandparents could have ever dreamed of. Let’s not even get started with the newest fad of binging entire seasons of shows.

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Topics: IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Technology, STEM, Resources, Activities, Hands-on Learning