Activity cards present simple scripts to help users get started with an activity. They are designed to be printed two per page and folded in half to make a two-sided card. To make them last longer, the cards can be laminated or printed on card stock.
These cards help students get started with the micro:bit. No additional components are needed except where noted.
These cards help students get started with AdaFruit Circuit Playground Express. No additional components are needed except where noted.
These cards show how to connect MicroBlocks projects to the internet using Mozilla's free, open-source WebThing Gateway software running on a Raspberry Pi. This allows users to interact securely with MicroBlocks projects using any web browser–even from their phone!
A guided activity is a series of experiments that explore a set of related ideas. While these activity guides are written in the form of "teacher notes" they can also be used as self-guided tutorials by motivated learners.
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