Cubelets are pre-programmed robot blocks that can be connected to build different types of robots.

While building with Cubelets, students learn the basics of robotics and coding through a tactile and visual process.

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The building blocks of better thinkers.

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With the ability to code any Cubelet to do something new, students learn computational thinking and creative problem-solving skills, while educators are given the flexibility to teach computer science and coding concepts with or without student devices. The best part of building with Cubelets is that there’s no wrong way to combine them. This allows students to experiment as they build which puts a focus on curiosity, invention, and learning.

Flexibility with their design means that there is no wrong way to build with Cubelets!

Cubelets are pre-programmed robot blocks that can be combined to build thousands of thought-provoking robots. There are 17 different types of Cubelets, each one having its own unique skill.

Discover what’s possible.

Did you know you can use Cubelets to teach concepts like speed and velocity? You can also conduct experiments with certain parameters to observe and then alter the behavior of your Cubelet robot.

Stop and Go Lesson Plan

  • Choose a few Cubelets and create a robot that drives
  • Select an additional Cubelet to add on that affects how you previous invention navigations. For example you can try adjusting the robots speed based on ambient light.
  • Add an obstacle to the environment and see what happens when you Cubelet invention approaches it. Now modify your borot so that it stops moving before it hits the obstacle.
  • Investigates what happens when your Cubelets invention goes near the edge of a table. Then, redesign your invention to detect the edge and stop itself before it falls.

Drive student achievement, and career readiness.

Introducing iBlocks, a cross-curricular, holistic learning approach by structuring your learning content with a primary and secondary subject focus. But because iBlocks are also customizable and expandable, these foci can change to suit your school’s needs, should you choose to tailor your iBlock.

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Cubelets Basics

What better way to learn the building blocks of robotics than with actual robotic building blocks? Join us to learn about the different types of Cubelet sensor blocks and how to use them to create your own modular robot. Since there’s no wrong way to build with a Cubelet, the focus is on curiosity, collaboration, and practicing computational thinking.

We HelpEducators Succeed!

Boost your classroom technology skills to engage your students and improve instruction with Teq’s Online Professional Development platform, now known as OTIS for educators. SCROLL DOWN for a sample course.

Cubelets Basics

What better way to learn the building blocks of robotics than with actual robotic building blocks? Join us to learn about the different types of Cubelet sensor blocks and how to use them to create your own modular robot. Since there’s no wrong way to build with a Cubelet, the focus is on curiosity, collaboration, and practicing computational thinking.

Discover what’s possible.

Did you know you can use Cubelets to teach concepts like speed and velocity? You can also conduct experiments with certain parameters to observe and then alter the behavior of your Cubelet robot.

Stop and Go Lesson Plan

  • Choose a few Cubelets and create a robot that drives
  • Select an additional Cubelet to add on that affects how you previous invention navigations. For example you can try adjusting the robots speed based on ambient light.
  • Add an obstacle to the environment and see what happens when you Cubelet invention approaches it. Now modify your borot so that it stops moving before it hits the obstacle.
  • Investigates what happens when your Cubelets invention goes near the edge of a table. Then, redesign your invention to detect the edge and stop itself before it falls.

Drive student achievement, and career readiness.

Introducing iBlocks, a cross-curricular, holistic learning approach by structuring your learning content with a primary and secondary subject focus. But because iBlocks are also customizable and expandable, these foci can change to suit your school’s needs, should you choose to tailor your iBlock.

What's Included

Cubelets Mini Makers Pack

The Mini Makers Pack is the perfect way to jumpstart any learning environment and was designed for Pre-K and elementary school students.

  • 54 SENSE, THINK, and ACT Cubelets
  • Brick Adapters
  • Storage
  • 5-port battery charger

Cubelets Mini Makers Pack

The Mini Makers Pack is the perfect way to jumpstart any learning environment and was designed for Pre-K and elementary school students.

  • 54 SENSE, THINK, and ACT Cubelets
  • Brick Adapters
  • Storage
  • 5-port battery charger

Cubelets Mini Makers Pack

The Mini Makers Pack is the perfect way to jumpstart any learning environment and was designed for Pre-K and elementary school students.

  • 54 SENSE, THINK, and ACT Cubelets
  • Brick Adapters
  • Storage
  • 5-port battery charger

Apps for your Robot

A free coding environment powered by Blockly, a visual programming language from Google, this app combines syntax-free drag-and-drop programming with lesson tutorials, allowing students to add unique behaviors to their robots in no time.

Prefer the traditional approach to programming? With Cubelets Flash you can upload custom programs to any of your Cubelets by dragging and dropping C files.