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Additional Online Resources For :MOVE Motor For micro:bit

Free additional resources for the Kitronik :MOVE Motor for micro:bit. Work through each of the 6 tutorials to gain a full understanding of all of the features of :MOVE Motor. It's fun, it's hands-on, and you'll also learn a lot of interesting things along the way!

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Adding ZIP Hex LEDs To The Simple Robotics Buggy Kit

Adding ZIP Hex LEDs To The Simple Robotics Buggy Kit

Adding ZIP Hex LEDs to our Simple Robotics Kit is a great and easy way of adding indicator lights to your robot buggy. It's super simple, fun, and we've also included some code so you can get straight to play!
How To Add A Servo To The Simple Robotics Kit

How To Add A Servo To The Simple Robotics Kit

We show how to add a servo to the simple robotics kit. In keeping with the simple robotics kit, this is a solderless hack! At the heart of the simple robotics kit is the Klip Motor Driver for BBC microbit. The Klip Motor broad can drive 2 motors and has an integrated 3xAA battery pack. It also breaks out the 0,1 and 2 pins from the micro:bit.
Fairground Inspired Spinning Ring by Elsa Novak

Fairground Inspired Spinning Ring by Elsa Novak

Elsa Novak from Redhill Sixth Form joined us last week for work experience. Having completed this Fairground Project, she is here to tell you what her inspiration was for the project, how you can create your own version and her ideas to take this project even further.
Teachers Lesson Plans For ACCESS:bit For microbit

Teachers Lesson Plans For ACCESS:bit For microbit

Unlock your students potential with these 2 free Lesson Plans for our ACCESS:bit for the BBC microbit. Students will learn how to code the micro:bit to control an access barrier with these classroom-ready teaching resources.
Teachers Lesson Plans For STOP:bit For microbit

Teachers Lesson Plans For STOP:bit For microbit

Unlock your students potential with these 3 free Lesson Plans for our STOP:bit for the BBC microbit. Students will learn how to code traffic lights and pedestrian crossings with these classroom ready teaching resources.
Robotics Board London Eye & Turbine - BETT 2019 Part 5

Robotics Board London Eye & Turbine - BETT 2019 Part 5

The last in our Kitronik :city builds from Bett 2019 is the microbit and Robotics board controlled London Eye and Wind Turbine. Take a look behind the scenes at how we put it together. If you want to have a go at this yourself, all of the files you need are included within.
microbit Servo Driver Tower Bridge - BETT 2019 Part 4

microbit Servo Driver Tower Bridge - BETT 2019 Part 4

At the centre of our Kitronik :CITY layout we had at BETT 2019 was our microbit controlled model of Tower Bridge. The model featured our 16 servo driver board. We demonstrate how we made it and also how you can make one for yourself.
MOVE Mini Football Stadium - BETT 2019 Part 2

MOVE Mini Football Stadium - BETT 2019 Part 2

For part 2 of our microbit Kitronik:City build we breakdown the football stadium. Our new move mini football stadium got a lot of attention at BETT 2019, so we’ve put together a guide on how we made ours and how to make your own!
Distance Sensing With A microbit And HC-SR04 Module

Distance Sensing With A microbit And HC-SR04 Module

Distance sensing with the BBC microbit and a HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensor is a fun and easy, this tutorial describes how to connect the sensor and write code.
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Kitronik Christmas Fair - Bandstand and Stalls

The Christmas Fair Bandstand and Stalls is the third and final model from our Christmas fair. This time showing how to make an animated display featuring figures. Just by using a servo, a microbit, and a tiny snippet of code.
Kitronik Christmas Fair - Stepper Ferris Wheel

Kitronik Christmas Fair - Stepper Ferris Wheel

This is the first model from our Christmas Fair, designed by Matt Moeser to show off the features of our new All-in-One Robotics Board. This solder-free model makes a great centrepiece to a Christmas diorama and shows off the robotics board's unique stepper motor coding blocks.
Pairing A microbit That's Attached To :MOVE mini

Pairing A microbit That's Attached To :MOVE mini

This is a short guide detailing pairing a microbit that's already attached to a :MOVE mini. If you forgot to pair it with your phone before completing assembly, then this is the guide for you! We'll show you that having an inaccessible reset button is not a problem.
Calibrating 360 Degree Servos For :MOVE mini

Calibrating 360 Degree Servos For :MOVE mini

This is a guide for calibrating 360-degree servos for use with :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit. To make the task a little easier we created a couple of custom blocks for the Microsoft MakeCode editor.
Development Of The Christmas Bells

Development Of The Christmas Bells

How we approached the development of the Christmas bells for our twelve makes of Christmas resource last December and our prototyping process.
Servo & microbit Controlled Christmas Bells

Servo & microbit Controlled Christmas Bells

For day twelve of our 12 Makes of Christmas we made Servo & microbit controlled Christmas Bells. Follow our step by step guide and build your own out of laser cut parts.
:MOVE mini Santa Sleigh

:MOVE mini Santa Sleigh

Ensure that Santa delivers the presents on time with the :MOVE mini Santa Sleigh, for day nine of our 12 Makes of Christmas. We're going to decorate a :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit and also the Tipper Truck add-on, laser cut Rudolph's head and 3D print some presents!
:MOVE mini Servo Powered Halloween Add-ons

:MOVE mini Servo Powered Halloween Add-ons

Turn your :MOVE mini into an evil Halloween robot with one of 5 weapons! Choose from two scythes, an axe, a pickaxe or a sword.
Guide For Automatic Headlights For :MOVE mini

Guide For Automatic Headlights For :MOVE mini

Learn how to code automatic headlights for the :MOVE mini buggy in the Microsoft PXT Editor and have the buggies lights turn on and off automatically and also to dim or brighten in response to changes in light level.
Drawing With The :MOVE mini For The microbit

Drawing With The :MOVE mini For The microbit

The :MOVE mini has a hole in the boot lid designed to accept a marker pen, such as a Sharpie, for line drawing. All it takes is the sharpie and some code. This guide will show you how to get started with both the PXT editor for the BBC microbit using both blocks and also Java Script.