• Ages: 11+
  • $54.99

Micro:bot Pack

Featuring the BBC Micro:bit, this exclusive Micro:bot pack has everything kids need to build and code three different robots in one pack. FREE access to Club Make with every purchase offering hundreds of more tasks and projects to complete.

  • Free UK and US shipping for a limited time only
  • Learn how to code and create
  • Build your own robot using block based coding!

Encourages creativity and invention

Use your micro:bot kit box to build the body of your robot - you can reuse it for all three robots

Dozens of projects online for all levels

Choose the ArtBot, GolfBot, or RoomBot and get started

Hands-on introduction to coding

Transfer the code from the computer to your micro:bit and watch your robot spring into action

Kids build and code three different robots with Micro:botpack

The micro:bot pack gets hands-on with hardware and electronics while also teaching creative problem-solving skills. Perfect for the future programmer who loves robots!

Choose the right micro:bit kit for your kids

Whether they want to get creative with robots or supercharge their arts & crafts

What's in the box?

1: Crocodile Clips

2: Two Wagos

3: Jumper Wires

4: Battery Holder

5: Two Wheels

6: Two Servo Motors

7: Free access to our Make platform

BBC Micro:bit included

What is the micro:bot Pack?

The micro:bot Pack enables kids to design and code three different robots which can then be brought to life with movement. Includes the BBC micro:bit.

What do you learn with this pack?

Kids learn creative problem-solving skills as they get hands-on with electric hardware and block-based coding to get their robots moving!

What's the difference between the kit and pack version?

The kit version does not include the BBC micro bit. Perfect for those who already own a BBC micro bit.

What’s the recommended age?

The recommended age for this kit is 11 years and up, though this kit is also a great project for experienced makers who have an interest in coding too.

Does it include batteries?

The BBC micro come with 2 AAA batteries. You’ll need 4 AA batteries to power up your bot.


How do I learn to code with the micro:bot Pack?

Young inventors will be taught how to use the micro bits MakeCode Editor by following easy step-by-step projects over on Club Make.

Where can I find the manual?

Club Make is the place to be – we’ve got awesome online manuals to match our awesome kits.

Can I use this in my classroom?

Absolutely! We have a growing library of projects, lesson plans and other resources to help inspire your future inventors. Check out our Education page for more info.

I have a question that’s not in this FAQ, how can I get in touch with someone?

Please feel free to drop our friendly Customer Support team a message anytime, they will be more than happy to help! You can reach them here.