To follow all the activities in this lesson, you will need the following parts. You will also need a micro USB lead to connect your micro:bit to your computer.

The British Invasion is here! No, not music...microcontrollers! New to the USA is the newest and easiest way to learn programming and electronics - the BBC...
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This is a cute half size breadboard, good for small projects. It's 2.2" x 3.4" (5.5 cm x 8.5 cm) with a standard double-strip in the middle and two power rails on both...
$5.00
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For bread-boarding with unusual non-header-friendly surfaces, these cables will be your best friends! No longer will you have long strands of alligator clips that are grabbing little...
$7.95
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Need some really bright LEDs? We are big fans of these clear red LEDs, in fact we use them exclusively in our kits. They are very bright and have about 20degree LED beam. They go...
$8.00
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Need some really bright LEDs? We are big fans of these clear yellow LEDs, in fact we use them exclusively in our kits. They are very bright! They go easily into a breadboard and...
$4.95
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Need some really bright LEDs? We are big fans of these clear green LEDs, in fact we use them exclusively in our kits. They are very bright and have about 20degree LED beam. They go...
$8.00
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ΩMG! You're not going to be able to resist these handy resistor packs! Well, axially, they do all of the resisting for you!This is a 25 Pack of...
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This guide was first published on Mar 09, 2018. It was last updated on Mar 09, 2018.

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