LittleBits is an open source circuit power source that allows for an invention cycle to occur with ease. Ayah Bdeir states in The Internet as Material that “these electronic modules each have some very simple and some very complex functions, but they all work within the same system to make their interaction with hardware very easy. The goal here is to put the power of electronics into everyone’s hands” which further strengthens the idea that the use of littleBits can be used by a wide range of age levels and technological backgrounds. Much like Scratch, littleBits functions on the idea of pieces of technology clicking together like Lego pieces to create new operations. Scratch develops software in an easy to learn format, and littleBits takes the same approach in hardware. Tasks can now be carried out exactly the way you would like them to see, rather than hoping a big-name company will produce something that will benefit you. littleBits provides the opportunity to redefine and improve education through its user-friendly approach. The littleBits invention cycle compares to the art creation process as tinkering occurs to carry out an idea while noticing what is working and what is not, and how to move forward and make changes to cater to the final product you are working towards. Critical thinking is challenged throughout both processes and strengthened as a result.