Combine Micro: Bit, Crazy Circuits, and building bricks for endless programming possibilities!
The Micro: Bit is a pocket-sized computer developed by the BBC as a low-cost and easy-to-use programming platform. Its simple drag and drop interface is an ideal introduction to block- or text-based languages.
The Bit Board is a powerful adapter that expands the functionality of the Micro: Bit significantly and allows users to see their programs come to life through light, sound, movement, and more. With the Bit Board, students can connect additional sensors, displays, and actuators; use a relay to control simple DC motors and other low-voltage devices; and use nylon conductive Maker Tape™ to incorporate and control building bricks, Crazy Circuits components (sold separately), and other building materials and electronics. Their projects are limited only by their imaginations.
- Each set includes a teacher kit and your choice of 4 or 12 student kits
- Each student kit includes 1 Micro: Bit, 1 Bit Board, 4 small pushbuttons, four 10 mm LEDs (blue, green, red, and white), 1 RGB LED, 8 ribbon cables, 1 slide switch, 1 Neopixel, 1 Potentiometer, 1 Piezo speaker, one 5 m roll of 1/8″ Maker Tape, one 2AAA battery holder, 1 USB cable, 5 alligator clips, 1 building brick Servo+ connector piece, 1 building brick base plate, four 1 x 6 building bricks, one 7-segment display, 1 thumbstick, and instruction cards in a convenient organizer box
- The teacher kit includes all the contents of a student kit, a large organizer box, 2 screw terminals, 2 building brick continuous rotation Servos, 8 extra ribbon cables, one 1/8″ headphone jack, and extra Maker Tape
- Free standards-aligned lesson plans, projects, and activities available online
- For ages 10+