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MaKey MaKey STEM Pack - Classroom Invention Literacy Kit
MaKey MaKey STEM Pack - Classroom Invention Literacy Kit

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Our Price: $1,135.45 (1,249.00 inc GST)


Description Teacher Notes
The MaKey MaKey STEM Pack - Classroom Invention Literacy Kit is perfect for classrooms, schools, districts, workshop teachers, and anyone else that wants all their Makey Makeys in a really nicely organized briefcase.

The Makey Makey STEM Kit is a distillation of 12 Makey Makeys, 12 booster packs and some extra parts for when you want to invent something even bigger.

The Makey Makey STEM Pack contains:
- 12 Makey Makey Classics
- 12 (6ft) Alligator Clips
- 12 (6ft) Connector Wires
- 72 extra Alligator Clips
- 144 New and Improved Connector Wires (for the back)
- 12 Makey Makey-Optimized Conductive 6B Pencils

In addition, each of the 12 Makey Makeys in the STEM Pack has its own box that comes out of the case containing the Makey Makey, USB cable, 7 alligator clips, and how-to booklet.
Makey Makey STEM Literacy Classroom Kit

What's MaKey MaKey?

MaKey MaKey is an invention kit for the 21st century. Turn everyday objects into touchpads and combine them with the internet. It's a simple Invention Kit for Beginners and Experts doing art, engineering, and everything in between.

Who is MaKey MaKey For?

Artists, Kids, Educators, Engineers, Designers, Inventors, Makers... Really it is for everyone. What materials work with MaKey Makey? Any material that can conduct at least a tiny bit of electricity will work.

Here are some materials people have used in our workshops including Ketchup, Pencil Graphite, Finger Paint, Lemons, etc.: Other materials that work great: Plants, Coins, Your Grandma, Silverware, Anything that is Wet, Most Foods, Cats and Dogs, Aluminum Foil, Rain, and hundreds more...

How Does it Work?

Alligator Clip two objects to the MaKey MaKey board. For example, you and an apple

When you touch the apple, you make a connection, and MaKey MaKey sends the computer a keyboard message. The computer just thinks MaKey MaKey is a regular keyboard (or mouse). Therefore it works with all programs and webpages, because all programs and webpages take keyboard and mouse input.

Make + Key = MaKey MaKey!

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5 of 5 Makey Makey Classroom Pack September 12, 2019
Reviewer: Thomas from Brisbane  
Perfect for the class. Kids are learning loads.

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