The NICERC Physics supply kit comes with materials that you can use to run not just the Boe-Bot portion of the Physics curriculum in your classroom, but also many of the labs dealing with electricity and magnetism or work and mechanics. Please check the master notes for more information on supplies.
The Physics kit comes with a large breadboard, LEDs, a set of jumper wires, a transistor, a dual-axis accelerometer, a set of seven-segment displays, a Ping))) distance sensor, a QTI kit, and a full-function mini-multimeter that is used throughout the course to record a variety of readings while the Boe-Bot works.
NICERC recommends that schools purchase one Physics kit per Boe-Bot team in the classroom.
A fully hands-on robotics kit provides students countless opportunities to explore and create meaningful projects. The Boe-Bot Kit is used with the Cyber Science, Cyber Literacy, Cyber Literacy II, and Physics curricula. Boe-Bots are a great learning platform for exploring the world of cyber, electronics and entry-level programming.