The BBC micro:bit foundation was created with the vision of inspiring every child to create their best digital future. Micro:bit elements are studied in order to make them the easiest and most effective in the development of digital skills and creativity.
There are 39 products.
A complete set of BBC micro:bit boards V2 and accessories to start a programming workshop with 10 groups of pupils of all ages from primary school onwards.
This second version of the ring:bit kit allows you to assemble a small, intelligent robotic car with multiple features that can be programmed with MakeCode. Be warned, you’ll need a BBC micro:bit for it to work!
The micro:bit Starter Kit includes all the essential parts you need for your first electronic experiments using the micro:bit breadboard.
The aim of the Ring:bit Bricks Pack for LEGO and micro:bit is to develop your robotics skills using LEGO. There are also 6 projects you can program with MakeCode!
With its Mecanum all-terrain multidirectional wheels and robust, resistant chassis, this mobile robotics kit based on the micro:bit board (not included) offers budding robotics engineers more power.
Easy to assemble, ultra-simple to program, Maqueen is a micro:bit robot that fits in the palm of your hand, and offers multiple possibilities to young apprentice programmers!
Now even stronger and better designed, BitBot XL is the micro:bit programmable robot that has replaced the standard BitBot platform.
The micro:bit Tinker Kit is a fun learning solution for those new to programming, to help them get their first sound, light and mobile projects off the ground.
ElecFreaks has designed a robust and convenient case for micro:bit users that greatly prolongs the life span of your BBC programming board.
Let us introduce you to ElecFreaks’ micro:servo for micro:bit: lightweight, ultra-compact and easily integrated into your miniature robotics projects.
This 360° micro servo for micro:bit comes with a wheel and is suitable for all your miniature, mobile robotics projects.
Cube:bit offers you the opportunity to create a multicolored light show with a simple Raspberry Pi or a micro:bit card. 27 to 125 programmable LEDs can be coordinated to perfection to create awesome light effects!
The base plate for Cube:bit is designed to power all these greedy RGB LEDs. Without it, you might deplete your Micro:bit or your Raspi faster than necessary.