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TETRIX® PRIME and EV3 Curriculum Pack

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$199.00 (USD)
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Take your TETRIX® PRIME system and LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 lessons to the next level with the TETRIX PRIME and EV3 Curriculum Pack. Students build larger, more robust, and more complex robots with the advanced capabilities of the two systems together. Students will build robots to perform unique tasks and face challenges that put their critical thinking to the test.

Curriculum features:

  • Five getting started activities, five complete activities, and three open-ended challenges totaling 45-70 hours of curriculum
  • Curriculum integrates PRIME with MINDSTORMS EV3 to create larger, stronger, more complex, and more real-world robots.
  • Progressive series of activities that culminate with open-ended challenges
  • Middle school correlations to Next Generation Science, Common Core Math and Language Arts, Skills for 21st Century, and ITEEA standards
  • Resources such as building instructions, assessment tools, and glossary along with teacher and student procedure outlines
  • Delivered with one teacher guide, 13 student guides, and LEGO EV3 Content Editor programs to serve a classroom of 24 students working in pairs

Download our curriculum sample.

Note: In order to use the hardware or curriculum, you must use the EV3-G version of the EV3 software.


Type: Activity Guides and Curriculum Grades: 6-8


What You'll Get

  • Teacher guide
  • 13 student guides
  • LEGO EV3 Content Editor program



Learning Values

  • Forces
  • Modeling
  • Experiment
  • Coding
  • Attributes of design
  • Construction techniques
  • Criteria and constraints
  • Data analysis and predictions
  • Engineering design
  • Teamwork
  • Problem-solving
  • Ratios
  • Logic
  • Variables
  • Reasoning


“I’ve built robots before, but this is my first time using [TETRIX]. I like how it is more complicated than the ones I usually do. It makes me think more.”

– Avery, student, Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School, Joplin, Missouri