micro:bot Kit Experiment Guide

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Resources and Going Further

For more information about the moto:bit, check out the resources below:

We produce a number of other kits and carrier boards that you can hook up to your micro:bit to help take your projects to the next level. Here is some further reading that may help you along in learning more about the world of electronics.

For more information on our micro:bit ecosystem, check out these tutorials:

micro:bit Breakout Board Hookup Guide

How to get started with the micro:bit breakout board.

Gator:starter ProtoSnap Hookup Guide

Get started clipping sensors and lights to the micro:bit with the gator:starter gator:board from SparkFun!

Gator:control ProtoSnap Hookup Guide

Buttons and switches and inputs oh my! Start adding more control to your gator:bit with the SparkFun gator:control.

How to Create a MakeCode Package for Micro:Bit

Learn how to develop code blocks for the Micro:bit in Microsoft MakeCode!

For more robot fun, check out our these other tutorials outside of the micro:bit ecosystem.

Light-Seeking Robot

We use parts from the SparkFun Inventor's Kit v4.0 to create a light-seeking robot that mimics the behavior of single-celled organisms.

WiFi Controlled Robot

This tutorial will show you how to make a robot that streams a webcam to a custom website that can be remotely controlled.

Qwiic Joystick Hookup Guide

Looking for an easy way to implement a joystick to your next Arduino or Raspberry Pi project? This hookup guide will walk you through using the Qwiic Joystick with the Arduino IDE on a RedBoard Qwiic and in Python on a Raspberry Pi.

Wireless Remote Control with micro:bit

In this tutorial, we will utilize the MakeCode radio blocks to have the one micro:bit transmit a signal to a receiving micro:bit on the same channel. Eventually, we will control a micro:bot wirelessly using parts from the arcade:kit!