What's a Microcontroller with Python and micro:bit Resources

What’s a Microcontroller with Python and micro:bit is a series of web lessons designed to get anyone — from the casual maker to pre-engineering student — started with building circuits and designing their own micro:bit-based inventions.

These lessons require the What's a Microcontroller? with Python and micro:bit - Complete Kit (#32750).  The kit without micro:bit 2.0 GO bundle, breadboard adapters, and component replenishment packs are also available.

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