Making with BBC micro:bit
In our code it make it sessions, we introduce children to hardware and making with BBC micro:bits. We find that children can get up and running very quickly, with just a few instructions, and the micro:bit has many features that keep the children enthusiastic as they learn.
What is a micro:bit?
The micro:bit is a small handheld computer with a surprising number of features:
many pins (more about pins below!)
How do you write code for a micro:bit?
We find that a lot of people prefer to start with block and move on to typed languages once they have found their feet.
You need to plug your micro:bit in to your computer with a USB cable and download your code on to it.
Tips for getting started
how tolookup infofor modules etc