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Okdo micro:bit Getting started Kit (FR), Okdo
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BBC MICRO BIT GO V2.2, MicroBit
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BBC MICRO BIT CLUB V2.2, MicroBit
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56106, Kitronik

56106, Kitronik

The Kitronik Lesson in a Box The Environment pack for micro: bit is a complete set of parts & teaching resources to enable successful cross-curricular lessons at KS3/4 (US equivalent - Grades 6-8/9-10). Lessons come with a detailed lesson plan, cross-referenced to: class slides, workbooks/worksheets, checklists etc., technician’s notes and where appropriate, AFL guidance with answers and plenaries. The Lesson in a Box - The Environment spans Computing, Design & Technology, Biology/Combined Science, and all also contains enrichment day activities. Computing - Your Smart Greenhouse lessons are all about designing software for the greenhouse. Design and Technology - Your Smart Greenhouse lessons are all about designing for specific environments. Biology/Combined Science - Your Smart Greenhouse lessons are all about factors affecting photosynthesis. The Lesson in a Box (The Environment) is a complete set of electronics and teaching resources to enable successful cross-curricular lessons with minimal teacher effort The 21 included lessons span D&T, Computing, and Biology/Combined Science 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 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 resources cover not only the KS3/KS4 (US equivalent - Grades 6-8/9-10) specifications but also personal development by encouraging pupils to view traditional STEM activities as having value across their curriculum The subject packs come with a detailed lesson plan, cross-referenced to: class slides, workbooks/ worksheets, checklists etc., technician’s notes and where appropriate, AFL guidance with answers and plenaries In developing this box we wanted it to be affordable, useful and robust enough for teachers to use again and again. The resources cover not only the KS3/KS4 (US equivalent - Grades ...
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BBC MICROBIT V2.2, MicroBit

BBC MICROBIT V2.2, MicroBit

The BBC micro:bit Board Only The micro:bit is a pocket sized computer that has been designed to make coding fun and easy to learn. The micro:bit is completely programmable so you are able to create endless fun from making games and music to programming and controlling robots. Don’t let it’s small size fool you, even though the micro:bit measures in at only 4cm x 5cm, this tiny computer has an powerful ARM Cortex m4 processor and 512KB of flash to store your programmes on. The latest version of micro:bit V2.2 is backwards compatible with previous version of the micro:bit as well as software and equipment. As well as more memory and a CPU upgrade, it also has a higher power output of 200mA to accessories. The edge connectors also have small indentation to stop clips slipping off. The micro:bit V2.2 is available in 4 colours and has various individually programmable inputs and outputs including a 5x5 LED matrix display, user control buttons, speakers Bluetooth connectivity and newly added speaker and microphone. The micro:bit V2.2 also features a temperature sensor, accelerometer, touch sensitive logo, and a built in sleep/off mode. Features and Benefits of the micro:bit V2.2 25 LED display 2 user input buttons ARM Cortex-M4 CPU Bluetooth connectivity 20 pin edge connector Built-in speaker and microphone Compass Accelerometer Touch sensitive logo Contents 1 x micro:bit V2.2 board - available in 4 colours red, yellow, green & blue (please note we cannot control the colour of the micro:bit you will receive) 1 x Quick start guide Getting Started with your micro:bit You don’t need lots of equipment to get started with the micro:bit - all you need is power and a PC or mobile device to programme it on. Once the desired code has uploaded to your micro:bit, either with a USB cable or via Bluetooth, this will stay in flash memory and you can run it as many times as desired. Just re-programme the device when you’re ready to try a new project - only one programme can be held ...
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micro:bit club, micro:bit

micro:bit club, micro:bit

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket sized computer that has been designed to make coding fun and easy to learn. The micro:bit Club bundle is the ideal choice for teaching and classroom settings as it contains 10 x micro:bit v2 boards as well as 10 x USB cables and 10 x battery holders & 20 x AAA batteries, so you can get powered up and programming straight away. Don’t let it’s small size fool you, even though the micro:bit measures in at only 4cm x 5cm, this tiny computer has an powerful ARM Cortex m4 processor and 512KB of flash to store your programmes on. The latest version of micro:bit v2 is backwards compatible with previous version of the micro:bit as well as software and equipment. As well as more memory and a CPU upgrade, it also has a higher power output of 200mA to accessories. The edge connectors also have small indentation to stop clips slipping off. The micro:bit v2 is available in 4 colours and has various individually programmable inputs and outputs including a 5x5 LED matrix display, user control buttons, speakers Bluetooth connectivity and newly added speaker and microphone. The micro:bit v2 also features a temperature sensor, accelerometer, touch sensitive logo, and a built in sleep/off mode. the micro:bit Club Contents 10 x micro:bit v2 board - available in 4 colours red, yellow, green & blue (please note we cannot select the colour of the micro:bit you will receive) 10 x micro USB cables 10 x battery holders 20 x AAA Batteries
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5667, Kitronik

5667, Kitronik

The Kitronik Lesson in a Box Visual Computing pack for micro: bit, available separately here, is a complete set of parts & teaching resources to enable successful cross-curricular lessons at KS3/4 (US equivalent - Grades 6-8/9-10). The subject packs come with a detailed lesson plan, cross-referenced to: class slides, workbooks/worksheets, checklists etc., technician’s notes and where appropriate, AFL guidance with answers and plenaries. D and T - Your visual coding lessons are all about the design of lighting within cultures. Computing - Your visual coding lessons are all about seeing loops, learning about selection and conditions. Physics/Combined Science - Your visual coding lessons are all about seeing data. Geography - Your visual coding lessons are all about seeing earthquake data. The Lesson in a Box (Visual Computing) is a complete set of electronics and teaching resources to enable successful cross-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 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 These subject packs are a basic introduction to cross-curricular visual computing The resources cover not only the KS3/KS4 (US equivalent - Grades 6-8/9-10) specifications but also personal development by encouraging pupils to view traditional STEM activities as having value across their curriculum Enrichments - Both enrichments are challenges designed for experimentation, one is a dance and light challenge and the other is a kaleidoscope build challenge. They can also be used for Open Day activities/displays. The activities in The Lesson in a Box Visual Computing pack utilise the BBC microbit, the Kitronik ZIP Halo HD for micro: bit and a clippable motor driver board designed specifically for these types of activities. The advant...
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5669, Kitronik

5669, Kitronik

The Kitronik Inventor's Kit - Python version for the BBC micro: bit is a great way to get started with programming and hardware interaction with the BBC micro: bit. This Inventor's Kit contains everything you need to complete 10 experiments including using LEDs, motors, photo resistors and capacitors. To get you off to a flying start, we have included an easy to follow tutorial book which guides you through everything you will need to know about programming the BBC micro: bit. You don't need any experience with programming as the tutorial book will guide you every step of the way. You'll be programming and creating circuits in no time! The tutorial offers step by step guides to all 10 experiments. Experiments 1 - 6 are coded with MakeCode Blocks and experiments 7 - 10 are coded with the MakeCode Python editor. No soldering required - build your first circuit in minutes Make 10 experiments included in the provided step-by-step tutorial book As your skill grows, progress from Blocks to Python all within the MakeCode environment The Python version tutorial booklet has been written especially for this version and will walk the user through creating the code and the circuits. In the original Inventor's kit experiments 7 - 10 were coded with JavaScript. By using our specially designed Edge Connector Board for the BBC micro: bit in conjunction with the breadboard, it is easy to use these pins to connect additional components to the BBC micro: bit.
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BBC MICRO BIT GO V2.2, MicroBit

BBC MICRO BIT GO V2.2, MicroBit

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket sized computer that has been designed to make coding fun and easy to learn. The micro:bit Go contains the micro:bit V2.2 as well as a USB cable and a battery holder, so you can get powered up and programming straight away. Don’t let it’s small size fool you, even though the micro:bit measures in at only 4cm x 5cm, this tiny computer has an powerful ARM Cortex m4 processor and 512KB of flash to store your programmes on. The latest version of micro:bit V2.2 is backwards compatible with previous version of the micro:bit as well as software and equipment. As well as more memory and a CPU upgrade, it also has a higher power output of 200mA to accessories. The edge connectors also have small indentation to stop clips slipping off. The micro:bit V2.2 is available in 4 colours and has various individually programmable inputs and outputs including a 5x5 LED matrix display, user control buttons, speakers Bluetooth connectivity and newly added speaker and microphone. The micro:bit V2.2 also features a temperature sensor, accelerometer, touch sensitive logo, and a built in sleep/off mode. the micro:bit v2 Features and Benefits 25 LED display Accelerometer Compass Bluetooth connectivity 2 user input buttons Micro USB port Battery pack port ARM Cortex-M4 CPU Built-in speaker and microphone 20 pin edge connector the micro:bit Go Contents 1 x micro:bit V2.2 board - available in 4 colours red, yellow, green & blue (please note we cannot select the colour of the micro:bit you will receive) 1 x quick start guide 1 x micro USB cable 1 x battery holder 2 x AAA batteries
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5657, Kitronik

5657, Kitronik

The Kitronik 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 we 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. 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 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 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.
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5674, Kitronik

5674, Kitronik

The Kitronik Air Quality Board provides a complete air monitoring and reporting solution for the BBC micro: bit. The wealth of on-board sensors and connection points allow you to collect extensive air quality data that can be stored in on-board memory and displayed on the OLED screen or transferred to a computer for analysis. Kitronik has also produced online MakeCode tutorials that are designed to introduce you to all of the key features of the board, see the 'Resources section below for links. The Air Quality Board is perfect for the classroom. Run short or long-term classroom experiments, such as monitoring air quality throughout the year, with and without the heating on. You can then use the collected data to produce graphs and more. An all in one Air Quality monitoring and reporting solution for the BBC micro: bit Measure temperature, pressure, humidity, air quality index, and eCO2 Pins 0, 1 and 2 are broken out to solder pads for additional I/O The board features a black and white 128x64 OLED display screen and 3 status ZIP LEDs for visually displaying data The real-time clock (RTC) and 1Mbit of on-board EEPROM memory enable timestamped data logging and long term data storage Online MakeCode tutorials that introduce you to all of the boards key features Run long term monitoring experiments in the classroom throughout the school year There is an integrated edge connector for the micro: bit to slot into Kitronik has produced custom MakeCode blocks for convenient and straightforward coding Alternatively, it would make a great addition to an office/workshop, let science inform you when it's time to open those windows or remind you to ventilate your work area! The board also features a connection point for a solar cell that can be used alongside rechargeable batteries to keep your experiments running for longer. NOTE: Please ensure the correct rechargeable batteries are fitted before charging, they should be NiMh
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56107, Kitronik

56107, Kitronik

The Kitronik Mini Prong soil sensor is a short version of the original Prong sensor that has been specially adapted for use with the Kitronik Greenhouse Kit for BBC micro: bit. The Mini Prong soil moisture sensor for BBC microbit is a sensor board that can be connected to a BBC micro: bit with crocodile clips to monitor the moisture present in the soil. The two conductive tines are placed into the soil. Any water or moisture in the soil will conduct to give an analogue voltage that can be read by the BBC micro: bit. Mini Prong is powered from the 3V supply of the BBC micro: bit. Use either the USB or JST connector on the BBC micro: bit to power the circuit. The board has been designed to work with croc-clips, to connect between the Mini Prong and the BBC micro: bit. Measure soil moisture levels Attach to the micro: bit with crocodile clips Compatible with both BBC micro: bit V1 and BBC micro: bit V2 Write code for it with any micro: bit coding editor
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56115, Kitronik

56115, Kitronik

The Kitronik :VIEW Graphics128 OLED display gives the user the ability to add a monochrome 128x64 display to the BBC micro: bit. The on-board 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. Kitronik has generated custom blocks and example code for MakeCode and MicroPython (see the datasheet for more details). Add a monochrome 128x64 OLED display to the micro: bit The micro: bit slots into the on-board 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 The blocks can be added via the add Extensions function in the editor by searching “Kitronik”, or from: GitHub. More information about our custom Python functions can also be found at: GitHub. 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).
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