This beginner-friendly micro:bit kit is specially designed to encourage kids to explore STEAM and learn coding.
New to coding? Don’t worry. This kit comes with a booklet covering 10+1 hands-on coding lessons, which have been creatively structured to introduce programming basics in a fun and engaging manner. Each chapter features a classic childhood game such as Rock Paper Scissors, Snakes and Ladders, Twister, and Simon Says. Follow the step-by-step guide to build the games and then have fun playing with your friends! *Game accessories are provided in this kit.
At the end of each chapter, there is a challenge which requires you to apply what you’ve learned to build a useful application for your classroom. Give it a try and if you’re stuck, we’re always here to help you. You can go to our online Resource Hub for sample codes and extra resources.
Start having fun with EDU:BIT right out of the box. Start coding right away and see your board lights up and plays melody with the press of a button. No wiring required when used as a training kit.
Cannot control servo motor and play music at the same time on your micro:bit? Servo motor refuses to move correctly? Worry no more! EDU:BIT takes care of these issues with its dedicated controller and power supply. It can even support up to 3 servo motors and 2 DC motors to actuate any creative projects you will build.
Each feature and its associated micro:bit IO pin is clearly labeled on the board for easy reference. In addition, indicator LEDs are built in on EDU:BIT to ease troubleshooting for both digital and analog IO pins.
Ready to build your own projects? You can break off the modules on EDU:BIT board for more flexibility in your project design. Plug-and-play cables are provided for you to connect the broken off Bits to the main board.
- EDU:BIT Resource Hub (with sample codes and extra resources)
- EDU:BIT Out-of-the-box Demo Code
- micro:bit Getting Started Guide (by microbit.org)
- MakeCode Online Editor
- MakeCode Offline Editor
- EDU:BIT Schematic, PCB Layout and PIC16F1937 Co-Processor Source Code
- MicroPython library for EDU:BIT