This kit contains everything you need for the "Crack the Code" segment in the NSW technology curriculum and a few spares of the easy to lose components.
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PhotonWorld first robot that develops with his ownerThe most advanced educational robot10 programmable sensorsFabluar story based mobile application available on iOS and Android.
Already run the Crack the Code unit of work and want another set to teach on?
DFRobot's Gravity Genuino (Arduino) 101 Starter Kit is an absolute beginner kit to get started with Arduino/Genuino 101. It comes with 11 projects with easy to follow tutorials. The Gravity interface (Plug&Play) provides the kit a fantastic user experience while keeping the gr...
These sewable badges are unbearrrrrably cute. Bearables is Pimoroni's range of woodland-themed wearable LED badges and sensors. String 'em with conductive thread to bring this DIY-meets-Disney badge to life!
We were asked to put a kit of parts together for the Otto Robot
Robots are fun, and the micro:bit is the perfect controller for learning how to build and program robots! Combining the micro:bit with the SparkFun moto:bit carrier board creates a flexible, low-cost robotics platform for robot enthusiasts young and old! With the SparkFun micr...
Already run the Crack the Code Unit of Work and want to replenish your component box and student sets?At Little Bird Electronics we have put together a replenishment kit for your Crack the Code unit of work.
This is a companion kit for the wildly popular Adventures in Raspberry Pi book by Carrie Ann Philbin. The book's a great beginner guide to the Raspberry Pi and this kit includes the electronic components to do the interactive projects in the second half of the book. No solder...
Did you miss out on the pretty Advent Calendar with a little bag each day?
Due to the huge success of these at the Sydney Maker Faire 2015 we have created you a kit to get started doing Paper Circuits. Kit contains
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What’s the Grove Zero？
A starter kit of cardboard construction tools to introduce Makedo.
Chibitronics Chibi Lights Circuit Stickers are a creative and fun way to learn electronics. Circuit stickers are LED circuits on peel-and-stick stickers. Build circuits without soldering, plugging wires, or clips. Instead, use the stickers with conductive tapes to draw circuit...
Make almost any surface glow, sense, or interact with Chibitronics circuit stickers!
You may be the greatest living banana pianist, but how will you ever know if you don’t make yourself a banana piano? Good news! That project and countless others are easier than you think with Makey Makey.
This LED Christmas Tree is a great kit to learn to solder. It uses through hole components for ease of construction and everything is clearly labeled on the PCBs.
This is an ancillary kit for "Paper Circuits" -- a new book by Andrew Miller from Makerspaces.com!
5 x Paper Templates
If you want to start working with electronics, you’re going to need to learn to solder. It would be prudent to learn about electricity and electronics a bit more, too. Are you a little intimidated by the thought of a hot iron and molten metal? No problem – we’ll show you how.
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Holy Wattage, Batman! This Power Resistor Kit comes with 5 each of 5 different 10 Watt resistor values including 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16 Ohms. These resistors are capable of dissipating large amounts of power without damaging themselves. This kit is perfect for testing projects tha...