Adaptability, troubleshooting, and problem-solving
Digital literacy and coding skills
Learn more about our leveled UKITs:
UKIT BeginnerDesigned for students new to robotics and coding. Appropriate for elementary school.
Out of Stock
UKIT IntermediateDesigned to build upon students’ coding skills. Appropriate for elementary and middle school.
uKit ExploreFormerly UKIT Advanced. Designed to deepen skills and provide enrichment. Ideal for middle and high school.
uKit AIDesigned to integrate real AI in the classroom. Ideal for elementary and middle school.
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How are UKITs different?
Our kits use real-tech
Founded on UBTECH’s robotics and artificial intelligence experience and research base, UKITs support multiple projects that increase in complexity as learning progresses. UKITs invite students to build, unbuild, and assemble their own creations.
App- and browser-based programming is fun and accessible
The free uKit EDU app and our browser-based uCode provide easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, as well as advanced 360-degree, 3D modeling tools so students can quickly get started and immerse themselves in the build.
High-quality curricula provided for different implemenations
Our curriculum enables students to leverage advanced science and mathematics concepts combined with robotics and engineering to solve real-world problems. We offer full STEM units, 10-hour engineering courses, as well as circuitry lessons, and open-ended challenges.
Extendable kits inspire endless builds
All UKIT parts, as well as our retired line of JIMU Robots, are compatible with each other. Using additional servos, sensors, and parts creates more challenging projects and sparks students’ creativity and critical thinking skills.
We support educators through every step
Our professional development prepares teachers to incorporate hands-on activities into core subject areas through the use of robotics, coding, and the engineering design process.
UKITs are STEM.org Authenticated™ to integrate well into STEM-friendly homes and programs; align to science, technology, engineering, and math standards; support the development of students’ 21st-century skills; and engage through hands-on learning and collaboration.