ඔබේ BBC micro:bit යෙන් උපරිම ප්රයෝජනය ගන්න
Made a thing sonic with a BBC micro:bit? Submit it to Tech Will Save Us
Make your own Doctor Who sonic screwdriver using a paper printout and a BBC micro:bit!
Transform anything into a Doctor Who sonic device with a BBC micro:bit.
The Foundation announces the three winners of the micro:bit Mothers and Carers Challenge.
Impressive physical and data resources for the micro:bit and a neat Python Cheat Sheet for supporting learning.
Hear about Abbie, the 11-year-old girl whose brilliant work has been added to the Foundation's code editors!
ලොව පුරා මව්වරුන්ට තම එදිනෙදා කටයුතු පහසු කර ගන්නට micro:bit යොදා ගන්න පුළුවන් කොහොමද?
Turn your BBC micro:bit into the arena announcer using the speech synthesiser function in the Python Mu Editor
The Foundation announces the three winners of the micro:bit Christmas Challenge.
Your challenge is to combine a BBC micro:bit and LEGO to create something new.
Make a mini-book with a twist - connect your BBC micro:bit to it and show an animation!
Program your micro:bit using the BASIC language from FUZE with these starter projects
Parents! You can use the BBC micro:bit too!
The Innovation labs at Redweb have a created micro:bit armbands that turn movement and dance into music.
Community watch: have a play with projects created by our wondefrul micro:bit community. These are from Thomas Stratford @MrTomsWorld
Community watch: Micro:bit video projects from daughter and dad team, MicroMonsters, @MicroMonstersUK. Details on pxt.microbit.org/projects
The BBC micro:bit is really simple to use - check out these safety guidelines and be fully prepared.
Making music on your BBC micro:bit is simple! Use this Live Lesson tutorial to remix the Strictly Come Dancing theme.
Let's dance! Learn about digital art and wearable tech with Strictly Come Dancing on BBC Live Lesson.
This collection of lessons aids progression from basic to intermediate level using the Blocks editor
An automated baseball pitch counter created with the help of a micro:bit
Course tutorials to let you get started using the micro:bit within Design & Technology
Check out our technologically-enhanced baking ideas, including how to make your own BBC micro:bit cake!
The Code Club projects are step by step guides for children to follow to build up their programming skills
Missed the BBC micro:bit Live Lesson stream? Want to read the tutorial guides? Find them all here.
Working closely with Microsoft Education and the British Army, the Race for the Line Rocket Car Competition will be rolled out to 4,000 schools across the UK
A good astronaut needs great reactions! Make this game and see how many meteorites you can dodge.
Three easy steps taking you from batteries to Easter eggs. Power up your micro:bit for the first time.