Micro:bit is becoming more and more popular in many countries ,it’s easy to learn for young kids ,also is easy to teach for teachers ,but only one micro:bit for learning how to programming is not enough ,so for the markets there are many micro:bit breakout board and kits for micro:bit ,but it’s hard to know which kits are best or don’t know how to choose it . Many of our clients also ask us same questions ,Elecfrekas has all kinds of micro:bit accessories ,but they don’t have know how choose them . Although micro:bit is focus on the primary and secondary schools ( age for 7-16),but for older students also can use the micro:bit to do many interesting projects .There let me show you how to choose our micro:bit kits .
This article is from a novice who used 2 micro:bit motherboards, 2 Nezha expansion boxes, and 4 rainbow lights from planet X sensor series to make eyes and hearts for cute Christmas characters. And she makes the beautiful but dull Christmas KET board dazzling.
I’d like to use the micro:bit to design a course. In this course, I need to use the micro:bit to combine building blocks, motors and crash sensors to make something interesting for the children, and also allow them to build the device.
I designed a simple top ejector. In the process of building, students can learn the knowledge about gear transmission, and then play games and competitions with their peers.
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