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BBC micro:bit Go V2 - Complete Starter Kit

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Discover the world of coding and electronics with the BBC Micro:Bit Go kit! This comprehensive set includes everything you need to power up your BBC micro:bit V2 board and dive into programming. It's the ideal starter kit for aspiring tech enthusiasts and young innovators, and the perfect companion to Snap Circuits. With this kit and our Snap:Bit, you can code your own circuits and create endless amazing projects!

What's in the Box

  • 1x BBC micro:bit V2 Board: Available in four vibrant colors—red, yellow, green, and blue. (Please note that the color will be a surprise!)
  • 1x Micro USB Cable: For easy connectivity to your computer or laptop.
  • 1x Battery Pack: To keep your micropowered and portable.
  • 2x AAA Batteries: Ready to use right out of the box.
  • 1x Quick Start User Guide: Get up and running in no time with this handy guide.
  • Safety Leaflet: Important information to ensure safe use.
  • Cardboard Battery Pack Holder and Sticker: A fun and practical way to keep your battery pack secure and add a personal touch to your kit.


Discover the Perfect Companion for Your Snap Circuits!

Are you interested in coding your own Snap Circuits? Explore our innovative Snap:Bit, designed to seamlessly connect the Micro:Bit to any Snap Circuits set. Unlock endless possibilities with this dynamic pairing!

Useful information and supporting resources

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together. It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors, a speaker, microphone and many other input/output features that, when programmed, let it interact with you and your world.

Visit What is the micro:bit? to find out more or explore all the features in depth through short videos.

You will need a computer, tablet or phone to write and send code to the micro:bit, but once the code is on the micro:bit it works as a standalone device with just the battery pack. Visit getting started for support taking your first steps with the micro:bit.

The Micro:bit Educational Foundation produces free coding tools and teaching resources to support you as you explore the potential of the micro:bit:

  • Choose your perfect programming tool in Let's Code:
    • Run whole class coding sessions easily with micro:bit classroom
    • Teach block-based coding with Microsoft MakeCode or text-based coding with the micro:bit Python Editor
  • Explore our free resources for teachers including:
    • Quick projects for beginners and more advanced users
    • Curriculum-linked lessons and units of work
    • Professional development courses and events like webinars and code-alongs
    • Classroom resources such as student handouts, reward certificates and posters

As well as givings students a hands-on approach to coding, the micro:bit is an engaging classroom tool that gives students confidence to try new things and get creative with technology.