Get started with these 10 micro:bit projects! Take a look below – they each take less than 45 minutes to complete! Via element 14
The BBC micro:bit is a fully programmable hand-held computer that can be used for a wide variety of exciting projects, from creating games and robots to musical instruments and fitness tools. In 2016, one million year 7 students across the UK received their own BBC micro:bit device, free of charge.
If you’re looking for some simple, accessible projects to help your child to get to grips with their BBC micro:bit, take a look at this selection of easy and entertaining activities that you can try out right away, using just the device itself and a few easy to find accessories.
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Each Monday is Micro:bitMonday here at Adafruit! Designed specifically for kids and beginners, the micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that you can code, customize and control to bring your digital ideas, games and apps to life! Play, learn, explore: get started with micro:bit! Adafruit is an authorized Micro:bit reseller- check out all of our posts, tutorials and Micro:bit related products!
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