Micro:bit V2 is a tiny, programmable computer board designed to teach kids and beginners about coding, electronics, and robotics. The board features a range of sensors, buttons, and LED lights that can be programmed using various programming languages and visual programming tools.
Now includes both a speaker and microphone as well as many of the same great features students have used for years. It's easier than ever to use sound and touch to get creative in the classroom.
Using the micro:bit V2, students will be able to sense and react to sound with the built-in microphone and play sound with the built-in speaker while coding in MakeCode, Python, or Scratch!
Building on the success of the original model, the new micro:bit v2 brings a host of new features; sense ; react to sound with the built-in microphone, play sound with the integrated speaker and make use of the new capacitive touch sensor. This starter kit includes the micro:bit v2 board, Micro USB cable and battery cage with batteries to help get you started.
Get started with the new micro:bit v2 and bring your digital ideas to life!
Micro:bit v2 features integrated microphone and speaker
Enhanced micro:bit hardware with more computing power and power-saving mode
This starter kit contains the micro:bit v2 board, USB cable, batteries and battery cage
Build up to six projects straight out of the box with this great value SG Education Project Kit for the BBC micro:bit. The perfect way to get started with programming and hardware interaction. No soldering required, all parts are included to build 6 projects. Small prototype breadboard and 2 x AAA Batteries are included.
Included in the kit are: BBC Micro:Bit Mini Breadboard Shielded Croc Leads USB to mini USB cable Red-Green-Amber LED's Clips Battery cage AAA batteries included
The projects that can be built are: Dice Theremin Miniature Steady Hand Game Fruit Keyboard Traffic Light
With the micro:bit Go Bundle you have a complete set to get started coding right away. This bundle includes a micro:bit board, micro USB cable, battery holder and 2x AAA batteries.
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together. It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors and many input/output features that, when programmed, let it interact with you and your world. The new micro:bit V2.2 with sound adds a built-in microphone and speaker, as well as an extra touch input button and a power button.
Perfect for sharing the micro:bit with friends, the micro:bit club is a 10 pack containing all the pieces needed to enjoy micro:bit in STEM groups, coding clubs, school classes, scouts, guides and cubs or any other social gathering (contains 10 BBC micro:bits V2, 10x USB cables, 10 x battery holders ; 20x AAA batteries).
The micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that you can code, customise and control to bring your digital ideas, games and apps to life. Measuring 4cm by 5cm, and designed to be fun and easy to use, users can create anything from games and animations to scrolling stories at school, at home and on the go - all you need is imagination and creativity.
The micro:bit is completely programmable. That means each of its LEDs can be individually programmed as can its buttons, inputs and outputs, accelerometer, magnetometer and Bluetooth Smart Technology. The micro:bit has a website full of coding languages, lesson plans, tutorials, and fun ideas to help you get creative
The Kitronik :MOVE mini buggy kit Mark 2 for the BBC micro:bit is a fun introduction to robotics. Once built it can be coded for a variety of fun activities.
The Kitronik :MOVE mini MK 2 buggy kit for the BBC micro:bit is the latest version of our ever popular :MOVE mini that provides a fun introduction to robotics. The :MOVE mini is a 2 wheeled robot that is suitable for autonomous operation, remote control projects via a Bluetooth application or being controlled using a second BBC micro:bit as a controller via the microbits radio functionality.
The Kitronik Lesson in a Box Primary Computing Pack is a complete set of electronics and teaching resources to enable successful curricular-linked lessons with minimal teacher effort. The kit and teaching resources have been tried and tested by real pupils and developed with real teachers to save you time. It is an all-in-one Laboratory for learning/delivering computing in the classroom for 8 - 11-year-olds again and again. In developing this box we wanted it to be affordable, useful and robust enough for teachers to use again and again. The resources cover computing specifications with link over to Science.
All of the teaching resources are set out in a teacher, ‘user-friendly' way, including technicians' notes, lesson plans, and worksheets. These are supplied as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint formats as well as PDFs, which can be copied, modified, and printed to suit your own teaching style. There is also a quick start guide to the Lesson in a Box kit that gives an overview of the whole box including a summary of your new lessons, how to set up your kit, how to use the micro:bit, code examples and more! The Primary Computing Pack utilise the BBC micro:bit and our LAB:bit board designed specifically for this type of activity! It requires no soldering and has a protective case on top of the components. The advantages of the micro:bit are that while being easy to use, it is feature-packed and it can be coded with languages that suit every ability level.
The Lesson in a Box Primary Computing Pack is a complete set of electronics and teaching resources to enable successful curricular lessons with minimal teacher effort.
No soldering is required for technicians or students.
The kit and teaching resources have been tried and tested by real pupils and developed by real teachers.
The kit includes technicians' notes, lesson plans, resources and workbooks or worksheets.
The kit has been designed to be used over and over again, all component parts were chosen/designed with this in mind.
Packaged in a sturdy reusable Grantnells tray that will keep the kits together and safe in between uses.
It's fun to teach and fun to learn!
Contents: There are 10 student and 1 teacher sets of Electronics (11 sets in total) supplied in a reusable Gratnells tray. Each set includes:
1 x LAB:bit.
1 x 5 spoke injection moulded Wheel and tyre for the motor.
1 x 3xAA Battery cage.
1 x Printed A4 Piano.
1 x Printed A4 Snakes and Ladders style board.
1x Printed A3 Build Instructions.
Also included with the Kit is a USB Drive, the drive contains; Quick start guide for teachers and technicians and full teaching resources for 11 lessons, including PowerPoint presentations, worksheets, schemes of work, and some printed material.
The Kitronik ARCADE is a feature-packed handheld gamepad for use with the Microsoft Arcade editor.
Write your own games to play or freely download games from the MakeCode Arcade website.
Use the wealth of educational material available to create a game from the ground up or tweak existing code and learn the open source way.
It features a full colour LCD wide viewing angle screen.
It has a piezo sounder for audio feedback.
Make use of the vibration motor for haptic feedback.
It also features; 6 gamer input buttons, a menu button, a reset button and an on/off switch.
There is also a software volume control, a USB programming port, and 2 expansion ports for the expert level users.
The ARCADE can be powered by either 3xAA batteries or via the micro USB connector.
The Kitronik Lesson in a Box is a complete set of electronics and teaching resources to enable successful cross-curricular lessons with minimal teacher effort. The kit and teaching resources have been tried and tested by real pupils and developed by real teachers to save you time. In developing this box we wanted it to be affordable, useful and robust enough for teachers to use again and again. The robots utilise the BBC microbit and our Klip Motor Driver board designed specifically for this type of activity! It requires no soldering and is all connected by crocodile clips. The advantages of the microbit are that, while being easy to use, it is feature packed and it can be coded with languages that suit every ability level.
No soldering required for technicians or students
The kit and teaching resources have been tried and tested by real pupils and developed by real teachers
The kit includes technicians notes, lesson plans, resources and workbooks or worksheets
The kit has been designed to be used over and over again, all component parts were chosen/designed with this in mind
Packaged in a sturdy reusable Grantnells tray that will keep the kits together and safe in between uses
It's fun to teach and fun to learn!
Contents: There are 10 student and 1 teacher sets of Electronics (11 sets in total) supplied in a large reusable Gratnells tray. Each set includes:
1 x Kitronik Klip Motor Driver Board for BBC micro:bit.
2 x Kitronik clippable TT motor boards (with cable tie and screws).
2 x Right Angle Geared Hobby TT motors.
2 x 5 Spoke Injection Moulded Wheels for TT Motors.
1 x set of 10 clip leads.
1 x ping pong ball for robot castor.
A simple chassis template.
A USB Drive containing all resources and the robot chassis template.
The Kitronik Discovery Kit for BBC microbit is a great way to get started with both programming and electronics. The Kit contains five experiments that start very simply, building up to simulating real world systems as confidence grows. The included booklet assumes no prior knowledge and contains detailed information about everything the new user will need to know. It covers everything from using a prototyping board to how to use the Microsoft MakeCode Editor, and everything in between. This is the ideal kit for someone who is new to the micro:bit, electronics, and coding.