micro:bit TutorialsGet started with our BBC Micro:bit Kit and the Breakout Board here! Check back regularly for updates and new tutorials.
Getting started with the micro:bit Tinker Kit
Tinkercademy is proud to present our very own micro:bit Tinker Kit! The kit comes with:
- Our custom Breakout Board, which makes it super easy to make projects with the micro:bit!
- A variety of Octopus parts: components with colour-coded plugs that connect easily with the Breakout Board.
Follow the graphical guide to get started on using the Breakout Board, and try out the tutorials below.
You’ll need a computer with an Internet connection and browser to program your micro:bit using Microsoft MakeCode. Some components may require extra libraries, which are available for download in the tutorials.
Have a new micro:bit? Here’s where you can get started:
- The official micro:bit site at microbit.org
- Want to jump straight into coding? See microbit.org/code, or go straight to Microsoft MakeCode.
- microbit.org has lots of great MakeCode lessons to get started—check here!
- Try out more projects from the Digital Maker Programme on Instructables. Find out more about the Digital Maker Programme, by the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore, here.
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Build a project that makes use of your Crash Sensor, OLED and LEDs.read more
Get some music to play when motion is detected.read more
Make a little car using the micro:bit, breakout board, two servos, and some wheels! A fun, simple activity to demonstrate programming the micro:bit.read more
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