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    Picture of SG Micro:bit V2 Project Kit

    SG Micro:bit V2 Project Kit

    SG CSKIT2
    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
    Battery cage
    AAA batteries included

    The projects that can be built are:
    Dice
    Theremin
    Miniature Steady Hand Game
    Fruit Keyboard
    Traffic Light
    €24.94
    Picture of Micro:bit V2 Club Class Set of 10

    Micro:bit V2 Club Class Set of 10

    MIC 495
    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
    €209.00
    Picture of Micro:bit V2 GO

    Micro:bit V2 GO

    MIC 494
    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.

    For more information please see below

    €22.95
    Picture of Micro:bit V2 Loose Single

    Micro:bit V2 Loose Single

    MIC 548
    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!
    €19.95
    Picture of ElecFreaks Micro:bit Smart Health Kit

    ElecFreaks Micro:bit Smart Health Kit

    EF08256
    The micro:bit Smart Health Kit has a well-selection of the Sensor:bit, Analog UV Sensor, PIR Sensor, MQ3 Alcoholic Sensor Brick, Servo and etc., you could use it to build such themes as the UV light detections, the sitting posture reminder, the alcoholic detector, smart trash can and more, from which we can learn how to program and how to keep healthy living habits in a scientific way. Build better science habits with this ELECFREAKS micro:bit Smart Health Kit.

    WHAT'S INCLUDED?
  • 1 x Sensor:bit
  • 1 x MO3 Alcohol Sensor
  • 1 x Cash Sensor
  • 1 x Rainbow LED
  • 1 x PIR Sensor
  • 1 x DHT11 Sensor
  • 1 x UV Sensor
  • 1 x Soil Moisture Sensor
  • 1 x Motor with Fan
  • 1 x OLED Screen
  • 1 x EF92A 180° Servo
  • 1 x micro USB cable
  • Jumper wires
  • €79.95
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    Kitronik MOVE Mini Buggy Kit MK2

    KI 5652
    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.

    Micro:Bit not included
    €36.95
    Picture of ElecFreaks Micro:bit Smart Agricultural Kit

    ElecFreaks Micro:bit Smart Agricultural Kit

    EF08254
    The micro:bit Smart Agriculture Kit has a well-selection of IoT:bit, DS18B20 temperature sensor, soil moisture sensor, water level sensor, PIR sensor, servos and etc.,

    The Kit can be used it to build such themes as the smart insects repelling machine, the ecological greenhouse, the fish pond water level monitoring device and more, from which we can learn the modern agriculture and program and explore more possibilities to apply the information technology in agriculture.

    WHAT'S INCLUDED?
  • 1 x IoT:bit Internet WIFI extension board for micro:bit
  • 1 x Rainbow LED
  • 1 x PIR sensor
  • 1 x DS18B20 sensor
  • 1 x DHT11 sensor
  • 1 x Sonar:bit
  • 1 x Soil moisture sensor
  • 1 x Water level sensor
  • 1 x OLED screen
  • 1 x EF92A 180° servo
  • 1 x micro USB cable
  • Jumper wires
  • €79.95
    Picture of ElecFreaks Micro:bit Smart Home Kit

    ElecFreaks Micro:bit Smart Home Kit

    EF08197
    Smart Home Kit is a product about smart home project base on micro:bit which is developed by Elecfreaks. With selected executed components commonly used at home such as a temperature sensor, sound sensor, crash sensor, servo, motor, you can build scenes like windowsill, wardrobe and fish tank, create yourself smart sweet home and programming to intelligently driving them using micro:bit. Smart home is what makes life more practical and playing with it is what makes life more interesting.

    Features
  • 1. Extend most IO ports by GVS terminal.
  • 2. Independently lead out IIC interface. Enable to plug in IIC components like OLED, BME280, etc..
  • 3. Integrated a buzzer and an audio jack.
  • 4. Support building blocks interface.
  • 5. Mark out each IO port with silk printing.

  • WHAT'S INCLUDED?
  • 1 x Relay
  • 1 x Temperature Sensor
  • 1 x Light Sensor
  • 1 x Rainbow LED
  • 1 x Soil Moisture Sensor
  • 1 x Motor With Fan
  • 1 x Crash Sensor
  • 1 x 3V Sensor:bit (Size:57mm*42mm)
  • 1 x OLED Display
  • 1 x Noise Sensor
  • 1 x Submersible Pump
  • 1 x 180° Servo
  • 1 x micro:bit USB Cable
  • 9 x GVS 3-Pin Dupont Wires
  • 1 x Guidance Manual
  • 1 x Crystal Battery Box

  • €70.00
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    Kitronik Arcade for Micro:bit and MakeCode Arcade

    KI 56116
    Develop your coding skills with the Kitronik ARCADE for BBC micro:bit and MakeCode Arcade, a fully featured programmable gamepad for use with the MakeCode Arcade block editor. The Kitronik ARCADE for BBC micro:bit and MakeCode Arcade is a handheld gaming platform designed specifically for use with the BBC micro:bit and the MakeCode Arcade editor, either write your own games and run them on Arcade or download existing games. The MakeCode Arcade editor is a great way to learn to code games. It features simple snap-together blocks that allow the user to build simple games within minutes. The editor has been designed to allow everyone, from beginners to experienced game enthusiasts, to create games to run in the browser or on handheld consoles. It consists of drag-and-drop blocks that snap together to form programs. You can also write your code in Javascript and Python!

    To help you get off to a flying start, we have created a Datasheet, which also doubles as a quick start guide. It comprises; a product brief, usage information, labelled and dimensioned drawings, and an introduction to coding with the MakeCode Arcade editor. The board features 4 directional d-pad buttons, 2 interactive action buttons for coding, a menu button and a full colour 1.77” screen. At the bottom of the BBC micro:bit Arcade are 5 croc-clippable pads for connecting additional switches and devices. These consist of the 3 BBC micro:bit pins (P0, P1 and P2) also a voltage pin and a ground (the same connections as the large pads on the BBC micro:bit. This allows for custom additions to the gamer. Sound is provided via the in-built sounder on the BBC micro:bit.

    The Kitronik Arcade is powered by 3xAA batteries, with the battery holders located on the rear of the PCB. The battery holders also act as an ergonomic grip that makes it comfortable to use. The board also provides power to the connected micro:bit via the edge connector slot, removing the need to power the micro:bit separately. The Arcade has a power switch, but it is also possible to turn the Arcade off by simply removing or inserting the BBC micro:bit into the edge connector. There is a green power LED that lights up when the board has power, is switched on, and has a micro:bit inserted. The emphasis for MakeCode Arcade is Learning/Education and there are a wealth of resources available on the MakeCode Arcade website to facilitate this. There are; guided tutorials that walk you through creating simple games, more complex games that you can open and learn from, games written by community members that you can learn from, game concepts tutorials, tutorials that explore graphics and Maths, lesson plans, CS courses, printable coding cards for the classroom, video tutorials, and much more!

    Note:
  • The Kitronik ARCADE for micro:bit is NOT supplied with a BBC micro:bit



  • Features:
  • The Kitronik ARCADE for micro:bit is a feature-packed handheld gamepad for use with BBC micro:bit V2 and 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 1.77” screen.
  • It also features; 6 gamer input buttons, a menu button, on/off switch.
  • The ARCADE breaks out the 0, 1, 2, 3V, GND pins from the micro:bit edge connector to croc-clippable pads below the screen.
  • The ARCADE is powered by 3xAA batteries (Not supplied).

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Kitronik ARCADE for BBC micro:bit and MakeCode Arcade gamepad.
  • Laser-cut protective case parts and fixings (supplied already fully assembled and fitted to ARCADE).

  • Dimensions:
  • Length: 150mm.
  • Width: 65mm.
  • Height: 22mm.


  • Requires:
  • BBC micro:bit V2.
  • 3 x AA Batteries.
  • Microsoft MakeCode Arcade Editor.
  • 1 x USB Type-A to Micro-B USB Noodle Cable.
  • €37.95
    Picture of Forward Education Climate Action Kit

    Forward Education Climate Action Kit

    FE C6MX23
    Transform how students engage with coding and robotics while tackling climate change challenges. This all-in-one Climate Action Kit, powered by micro:bit, brings hands-on, standards-aligned learning to Irish classrooms. Perfect for students from primary to secondary levels, this kit provides everything needed to inspire the next generation of innovators.

    The Climate Action Kit redefines coding and robotics education. It offers an engaging platform for students to delve into computer science and address real-world climate issues. The kit includes hardware, software, and a thoughtfully crafted curriculum, fostering STEM education under educator guidance. Microsoft’s MakeCode provides a web-based coding interface, making it easy to switch between block-based and text-based programming.

    Aligned with educational standards like NGSS, Common Core, and CSTA, the curriculum introduces climate change topics and their technological solutions, guiding students in coding and prototype development. The micro:bit device is central to this educational journey, ensuring hands-on learning experiences.

    The Climate Action Kit is beginner-friendly and purpose-driven, engaging students and teachers alike. It supports continuous learning across multiple subjects and class levels, aligning with real United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to inspire students as future changemakers.

    With the Climate Action Kit, students can embark on various projects, such as:
  • Building a windmill for renewable energy.
  • Creating a recycling sorter for waste management.
  • Forward Education, the developer behind the kit, offers customized classroom solutions, including professional development, technical support, and curriculum adjustments to fit the diverse needs of educators and students. Note: Each kit requires at least one micro:bit, available separately.

  • Intuitive Components: Building blocks, smart elements, and reversible connecting wires.
  • User-Friendly Programming: Block-based coding with micro:bit, accessible via Microsoft’s MakeCode, supporting both Python and JavaScript.
  • Inclusive Design:Suitable for beginners and advanced learners, ensuring a low entry barrier with high learning potential.
  • Ready-to-Use Lessons:Standards-aligned, turnkey lessons designed for completion in a single session.
  • Comprehensive Kit:Combines components from smart vehicle, smart farming, and wind turbine kits.

  • Robotic Components:
  • 1 Breakout board with battery
  • 1 Moisture sensor
  • 1 Touch sensor
  • 1 Solar sensor
  • 1 Sonar sensor
  • 1 Infrared sensor with ball and caster
  • 1 Rotary dial
  • 1 LED light
  • 2 Continuous servo motors
  • 1 Positional servo motor
  • 1 Water pump and tubing

  • Building Blocks:
  • 1 Base plate
  • 4 Long frames
  • 6 Medium frames
  • 4 Small frames
  • 4 Thin frames
  • 2 Circles
  • 4 Cube connectors
  • 4 Corner connectors
  • 4 Back-to-back connectors
  • 8 Component backing connectors

  • Additional Parts:
  • 2 Long cable connectors
  • 5 Short cable connectors
  • 2 Cable extenders
  • 2 Wheels
  • 1 USB cable
  • 1 Building block removal tool
  • 1 Package of butterfly clips
  • 1 Screwdriver
  • Getting started guide
  • The kit also includes online access to project-based lessons and educator curriculum courses.
  • €240.00 €180.00
    Picture of Kitronik Compact All-In-One Robotics Board for Micro:bit

    Kitronik Compact All-In-One Robotics Board for Micro:bit

    KI 5693
    With the Kitronik Compact Robotics Board, the BBC micro:bit can be used to drive 4 motors (or 2 stepper motors) and 8 servos. Coupled with 17 other I/O expansion points, this means the BBC micro:bit can very easily become the core of a whole variety of robotics projects. The board is small on footprint but big on features and connectivity. Please note, when used with a stepper motor, half-stepping is supported - but not micro-stepping.

    The Robotics Board features 2 Dual H Bridge Motor Driver ICs (capable of driving 2 standard motors or 1 stepper motor each) and 8 servo outputs (capable of driving standard and continuous rotation servos), all controlled from the BBC micro:bit using the I2C protocol via a 16 channel driver IC. Kitronik's custom MakeCode blocks make using I2C easy, even for novice users.

    The Link header breaks out all the usable pins from the BBC micro:bit, and is designed to allow 2.54mm pitch pin header to be easily soldered into place. The 17 available I/O pins allow other input devices, for example, sensors, or output devices, such as ZIP LEDs, to be added to the board. The I2C communication lines are also broken out (Pins 19 & 20), which means other I2C compatible devices can also be added to the board and controlled by the BBC micro:bit.

    Power is provided via either a terminal block or servo style connector. The supply is then controlled by an on/off power switch to the board. There is also a green LED to indicate when the board is turned on. The board then produces a regulated 3.3V supply which is fed into the 3V and GND connections to power the connected BBC micro:bit. This removes the need to power the BBC micro:bit separately. The 3V and GND pins are also broken out on the Link header, which means external devices can also be powered.

    To use the compact robotics board, the BBC micro:bit should be inserted firmly into the edge connector, with the LEDs and buttons visible from the front.

    Kitronik has produced a set of custom blocks for the MakeCode editor to simplify using the Compact Robotics Board for BBC micro:bit. To add them to the editor, select the cog icon in the top right of the editor. Then, select Extensions from the drop-down menu and in the search bar type and enter Kitronik. Pick the Kitronik robotics Board from the list and the new blocks will be added to the menu in the editor.

    Features:
  • A compact yet feature-packed board designed to sit at the heart of your robotics project.
  • It can drive 4 motors (or 2 stepper motors) and 8 servos.
  • The board also has 17 other I/O expansion points.
  • The link header is designed to allow 2.54mm pitch pin header to be used.
  • The I2C communication lines are also broken out allowing other I2C compatible devices to be controlled.
  • This board also features an on/off switch and power status LED.
  • Power the board via either a terminal block or servo style connector.
  • The 3V and GND pins are also broken out on the Link header, allowing external devices to be powered.
  • Code with the Microsoft MakeCode editor with custom blocks by Kitronik or with Python.
  • When used with a stepper motor, half-stepping is supported - but not micro-stepping.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Compact Robotics Board for BBC micro:bit.

  • Dimensions:
  • Length: 68mm.
  • Width: 46.5mm.
  • Height: 10.6mm.
  • PCB Thickness: 1.6mm

  • €24.94
    Picture of Kitronik MOVE Motor for Micro:bit

    Kitronik MOVE Motor for Micro:bit

    KI 5683
    Develop your coding skills with the Kitronik :MOVE Motor for micro:bit, a fun introduction to buggies and robotics. The Kitronik :MOVE Motor for the BBC micro:bit provides a fun introduction to buggy robotics. More than just a programmable buggy, learning to use all of the included features will give the budding roboteer a solid grounding in robotics as a whole.

    Learn about movement, how to utilise light and sound, obstacle detection and avoidance, and how to code :MOVE Motor to follow a line. When used in conjunction with the micro:bit's radio features, the possibilities are endless.

    Attached to the chassis are two bi-directional DC motors with variable speed control. The wheels have rubber tyres and are a simple push-fit onto the motor shafts. Slot a BBC micro:bit into the edge connector and you are ready to code. There is no other assembly required and no tools required.

    There are built-in battery holders for 4x AA batteries. This provides a regulated voltage supply to power the BBC micro:bit which is fed into the edge connector. There is also a power switch to conserve batteries when the buggy is not in use. The micro:bit slots into the onboard edge connector. Code the micro:bit, plug it into the buggy, switch the power on, and then play.

    Features:
  • The Kitronik :MOVE Motor for the BBC micro:bit provides a fun introduction to buggy robotics and coding.
  • It is backed up by a range of fun tutorials to introduce you to all of the great features.
  • All of the tutorials and resources are free.
  • There is no soldering required and assembly is quick and super simple.
  • The buggy features two bi-direction DC motors.
  • There are ultrasonic distance and line-following sensors onboard.
  • It also features a Piezo sounder and pen mount.
  • There are 4 full-colour programable ZIP LEDs.
  • Two-pin outputs that are ideal for servo connections (can be used for other inputs and outputs).
  • The battery holder is built onto the chassis.
  • The buggy is also fitted with a power switch to conserve the batteries.
  • There is also an onboard edge connector for the micro:bit, code, plug and play.
  • Kitronik has produced custom MakeCode blocks to simplify coding with the MakeCode editor
  • Kitronik have also created example MicroPython code in our GitHub repository. 

  • Contents:
  • 1 x :MOVE Motor chassis.
  • 2 x Wheel and tyres.
  • 1 x Booklet with some quick tutorials to get you started. There are also additional online tutorials and step-by-step guides for extra projects.

  • €47.95
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    Kitronik Crocodile Leads Pack of 10

    KI 2407
  • Pack of ten wires in a selection of five colours each with insulated crocodile clips on both ends.
  • Lead length 0.5m
  • Max current 0.5 Amp
  • €4.10
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    Kitronik Jumper Wires 20cm Male/Female Pack of 40

    KI 4128-40
    These are 20cm long jumpers with male connectors on one end and female on the other. Use these to jumper from any male or female header on any board. Multiple jumpers can be installed next to one another on a 0.1" header.

  • Male to Female connectors
  • Pack of 40 x M/F Jumpers (four of each colour)
  • Length: 20cm (approx)
  • €3.95
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    Kitronik Jumper Wires 20cm Male/Male Pack of 40

    KI 4110-40
    These are 20cm long jumpers with male connectors on both ends. Use these to jumper from any female header on any board, to any other female header. Multiple jumpers can be installed next to one another on a 0.1" header.

  • Male to Male connectors
  • 40 x M/M Jumpers (four of each colour)
  • Length: 20cm (approx)
  • €3.95
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    Kitronik MOVE Mini Bumper Add On V2

    KI 5658
    With this Bumper add-on for:MOVE mini for the BBC microbit MK2, everyone's favorite little programmable robot buggy just got much better. If you were looking for an add-on that allows for competitive games, then this is the add-on for you.

    This version of the bumper add on has been designed to fit both the new :MOVE mini MK2 and the original version. The assembly instructions for both can be found in the Resources section below. This self assembly Bumper add-on kit is made from the same materials as :MOVE mini MK2 and has been designed in keeping with the :MOVE mini aesthetic. Once the add-on has been attached to :MOVE mini MK2, the buggy can now easily be used for competitive games involving a ball or a puck, football and hockey spring to mind.

    Features:
  • This attachment can be fitted quickly and easily.
  • MOVE mini MK2 will be able to move balls and pucks.
  • Allows for competitive team games such as football and hockey.
  • This product is backwards compatible with the first version of :MOVE mini.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Set of Bumper parts.
  • 2 x10mm Counter sunk M3 screw.

  • €2.45
    Picture of ElecFreaks Octopus CO2 Gas Sensor

    ElecFreaks Octopus CO2 Gas Sensor

    EF04100
    The Octopus CO2 Gas Sensor, part of the OCTOPUS series, features a consistent design with the same outlook, PCB fixing holes, and connections as its counterparts. As CO2 concentration increases, the output voltage decreases, allowing users to easily obtain CO2 readings through our brochures and coding samples.

    The CO2 probe is crafted from industrial-grade materials, rendering it highly responsive to CO2 while resisting interference from alcohol and CO. It excels in performance with rapid response times, even in varying temperature and humidity conditions. Additionally, the onboard heating circuit efficiently converts 5V to a stable 6V voltage, enhancing the adaptability of the CO2 Gas Sensor.

    Please note that this sensor requires a breakout board for operation, and it is typically paired with the Elecfreaks IOT:BIT board by the manufacturer.

    €57.95
    Picture of Kitronik :VIEW Graphics 128 OLED Display 128x64

    Kitronik :VIEW Graphics 128 OLED Display 128x64

    KI 56115
    Display meaningful output from your micro:bit project with the Kitronik :VIEW Graphics128 OLED display. The Kitronik :VIEW Graphics128 OLED display gives the user the ability to add a monochrome 128x64 display to the BBC micro: bit. The onboard edge connector allows the micro:bit to slot into the board without any additional fixings. The board also features a micro:bit style I/O connector which means it can be slotted into any other micro:bit accessory that has a slot for inserting a micro:bit. All of the pins from the BBC micro:bit are tracked through to provide the edge pads with the full usage of the BBC micro:bit, with the addition of a display. As the micro:bit slots directly into the board, no tools, fixings, or soldering are required.

    Power to the board can be provided via the edge connector or from the micro:bit. The board requires a 3V supply and has no voltage protection on the board. The board features an LED to indicate when the board has power. With every display, pixel turned on the board has a maximum power draw of 40mA. The 128x64 display uses the SSD1306 driver on an I2C interface. At the centre of the board are the breakout pads for the I2C lines, along with two ground pads and a 3V power pad. These pads are on a 2.54mm pitch, which means they will fit either wire or a pin header for jumper cables (not provided). This can be used by those who wish to add more I2C devices and functionality. It is possible to change the default I2C address of the board (see the Selecting Display section of this Datasheet for more details).

    Features:
  • Add a monochrome 128x64 OLED display to the micro:bit.
  • The micro:bit slots into the onboard edge connector.
  • The board features a micro:bit style I/O connector allowing it to be slotted into other micro:bit accessories.
  • It can be coded with MakeCode blocks and with Python.
  • Kitronik has created custom MakeCode blocks.
  • Kitronik has created a GitHub repo for custom Python functions.
  • It can be powered via the edge connector or by the micro:bit.
  • Requires a 3V supply.
  • The board features a power indicator LED.
  • It is possible to change the default I2C address of the board.
  • No tools, fixings, or soldering are required.

  • Dimensions:
  • Length: 58mm.
  • Width: 52mm.
  • Height: 11.8mm.
  • PCB Thickness: 1.6mm.

  • €18.95
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    Makey Makey GO

    MAK 100978
    Makey Makey GO empowers modern-day creators, visionaries, and innovators with the freedom to invent wherever inspiration strikes. With Makey Makey GO, innovation is at your fingertips - literally. Simply attach an alligator clip, and watch ordinary objects transform into Internet touchpads, ready to revolutionize the world.

    Compact enough to hang on your keychain or slip into your pocket, Makey Makey GO is poised to ignite even more STEM projects than its predecessor, the acclaimed Makey Makey, which earned a spot on Consumer Reports' list of "Best Tech Toys of 2014.

  • Turn everyday objects like bananas into touchpads!
  • Connect the world around you to your computer! Setup takes just seconds.
  • Just plug, clip, and play! No programing knowledge needed. No software to install. Works with Mac and Windows.
  • 1000s of possibilities! Make Cardboard Smart Swords, Slack Line Score Boards, and Animal Skype Phones.
  • Ages 8 to infinity.

  • Contents:
  • 1 USB Invention Stick
  • Case with magnet
  • 1 white alligator clip (2.5 ft)
  • Keyring
  • Instruction guide

  • €27.95
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    Kitronik Lesson in a Box Simple Robotics for Micro:bit

    KI 5657
    The Lesson in a Box (Simple Robotics) 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 Kitronik wanted it to be affordable, useful and robust enough for teachers to use again and again. The resources cover not only the KS3/KS4 specifications but also personal development by encouraging pupils to view traditional STEM activities as having value across their curriculum.

    All of the teaching resources are set out in a teacher, ‘user-friendly' way, including technicians notes, lesson plans, and workbooks or worksheets. These are supplied as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint formats as well as PDF’s, 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 setup your kit, how to use the microbit, code examples and more!

    The robots utilse 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. As has been mentioned, this kit is cross-curricular and has been designed for DT, Computing & Physics.
  • DT- Your robots are all about the design process.
  • Computing- Your robots are all about the robot’s code.
  • Physics – Your robot is all about speed and velocity.
  • Enrichments & Open Days – It's all about experimentation and fun.

  • Features:
  • The Lesson in a Box Simple Robotics Pack is a complete set of electronics and teaching resources to enable successful cross-curricular lessons with minimal teacher effort.
  • The box covers 3 of the progress 8 curricular for the National Curriculum (Design & Technology, Computing, and Physics).
  • 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 USB drive contains:
  • Quick start guide for teachers and technicians.
  • Design and Technology Project - 6-week Design Challenge
  • Design and technology Lesson - Prototype Challenge.
  • Computing Lesson - Sequencing, selection and iteration.
  • Computing Lesson - Computational Thinking; decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction and algorithms.
  • Physics/ Combined Science Lesson - Distance Time Experiments.
  • Physics/ Combined Science Lesson - Velocity- Time Experiments.
  • Enrichments/ Open Days - Obstacle Avoidance Robot Challenge.
  • Enrichments/ Open Days - Robot Dance Challenge.
  • Robot Assembly Poster.

  • €500.00