The BBC micro:bit is the perfect way to start kids coding and making.
Designed by Tech Will Save Us and the BBC for kids ages 11 and up, the BBC micro:bit gets them hands-on with hardware while also teaching creative problem-solving skills. The micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that makes learning coding easy and fun.
Start by programming on a computer or on a mobile device then download the program to the micro:bit. Beginners can scroll their name on the LEDs, design an emoji and create a game of rock-paper-scissors.
More advanced programmers learn to use additional sensors and wireless capabilities. The micro:bit is a great coding tool for all skill levels to express their imagination and inspire digital creativity. This exclusive starter pack contains everything you need to get started with the BBC micro:bit and with free digital projects to experience.
This educational STEAM toy teaches kids aged 11+ about coding, tactile creativity and craft.
- Free access to Club Make for unlimited projects and learning experiences
- Perfect for learning at home, for educational after-school STEM workshops, in classrooms or in schools