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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.     They have been designed to introduce Key Stage 3 students to embedded systems. All three lessons include curriculum mapping and also practical challenges for KS3 students. We've gone into as much detail as possible so you can get these into the classroom wit ...
Unlock your students potential with these 6 free Lesson Plans for ZIP Halo for the BBC microbit. Written by a Teacher for Teachers. These resources are classroom ready and designed specifically to help you deliver the curriculum at Key Stage 3, but they can also be used by anyone who wants to learn how to use the addressable LEDs of the ZIP Halo.     Devising quality resources for Teachers has always been a key part of the Kitronik product development cycle. Because the curricul ...
Unlock your students potential with these 4 Robotics Lesson Plans for :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit, written by a Teacher for Teachers. They offer classroom-ready lesson plans designed specifically to help you deliver the curriculum at Key Stage 3.   While these resources have been produced for the classroom they are also a great introduction to the world of robotics. They can be used by anyone wanting to get more from their :MOVE mini. Cherry pick your areas of interest and begin codin ...
Unlock your students potential with these 2 free Lesson Plans for the Kitronik 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. They have been designed to introduce Key Stage 3 students to embedded systems. Both lessons include curriculum mapping and also practical challenges for KS3 students. We've gone into as much detail as possible so you can get these into the classroom with as littl ...
Unlock your students potential with our 5 Lesson Plans For The :GAME ZIP 64 for BBC microbit. Written by a Teacher for Teachers. They are classroom-ready lesson plans designed specifically to help you deliver the curriculum at Key Stage 3. While these resources have been produced for the classroom they are also a great introduction to writing games for anyone that wants to get more from their :GAME ZIP 64. Cherry pick your areas of interest and begin writing your first game now!     ...
Do you have an urge to write some microbit games but don't know how to start, maybe this will help. Learning how to code some basic gaming functions could be all you need to overcome coders block. Let's take it back to basics and learn a couple of key concepts. Processing user input and also taking control of the LED matrix, both required knowledge if you want to create engaging games for the microbit.   Although I referred to Today's topics as basics, they can become quite tricky if you ...