Living in this new digital age, children coming out from schools more need to become makers or inventors creating their own ideas and creating incredible technology to build a bright future. The BBC micro:bit was designed to encourage children to get actively involved in the computer education and make new things, rather than just being consumers of technology. So, let’s see how to develop the skills of making with this tiny computer which costs less than $15 - which means, anyone can have a micro:bit! From writing code to sharing your creations, micro:bit is the great way to get kids stepped on the maker journey. Here is a recommended route that will make your kids’ experience as smooth and fun as possible.

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