Getting Started with the micro:bit
Resources and Going Further
Now that you are familiar with the basics of the micro:bit, check out these additional resources for more inspiration!
- About micro:bit - Information about the micro:bit foundation.
- Hardware - Technical and compliance information.
- Quickstart Guide - Additional getting started guides from the micro:bit foundation.
- Activities - Projects from the micro:bit website.
- Projects - Projects that you can build with your micro:bit.
- Apps - The micro:bit apps let you send code to your micro:bit wirelessly using Bluetooth. No leads needed! This also includes a list of other programming environments for the micro:bit.
- Educator Teaching Resources - Resources for educators. Classroom oriented activities based on the micro:bit.
- Code Club Activities - 6 activities from Code Club to try out!
- BBC micro:bit - Kitronik University - More micro:bit tutorials.
- Fritzing Part - For the red colored Fritzing part used in the tutorials, check out the user contributed part linked in this repository!
- SparkFun micro:bit Landing Page
Looking for additional project ideas using just the micro:bit? Check out micro:climate kit's reading light levels experiment:
|micro:climate Experiment 2 - Reading Light Level|
For additional SparkFun tutorials, check out some of these related micro:bit tutorials:
Gator:control ProtoSnap Hookup Guide
SparkFun gator:environment Hookup Guide
How to Create a MakeCode Package for Micro:Bit
Check out Shawn's 4-part video series with the micro:bit. The projects have examples that use the accelerometer, combines the servo and temperature example, and sends a bluetooth message between two micro:bits. There are two additional videos using micro:bit with MicroPython. Or try exploring micro:bit with cardboard circuits!