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Super-easy guides to get you coding

Playful projects to build your digital skills together, perfect for ages 8 and up

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Learn to code at home with the BBC micro:bit

You don’t even need a micro:bit to get coding your own digital creations, but transferring your ideas to the device itself is a magical moment! The micro:bit is inexpensive and available to buy worldwide.

Easy-to-follow 15 minute activities

Short videos show and tell you everything you need to know, and you can download printable coding sheets to support independent learning.

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About the micro:bit

There are now over 20 million children around the world learning with the micro:bit at school. It’s also super easy to learn to code and get hands-on with the micro:bit at home.

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Make sure you get new ideas for coding and making by subscribing to the micro:bit education newsletter.

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Home learning webinars

You can watch our webinars back on YouTube. In each video, members of the Micro:bit Educational Foundation team show you how to code and make three of these home learning projects, perfect for newcomers using the micro:bit and for those learning at home.

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Get your micro:bit

You can buy a micro:bit from one of the many resellers around the world. The Micro:bit Educational Foundation does not sell the micro:bit directly. For every device sold a small royalty is paid to fund the Foundation’s work.

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