• Ages: 11+
  • $299.90 $269.91

micro:mods Education 10 Pack

Save 10% with this exclusive micro:mods Education 10 Pack consisting of 10 individual micro:mods Kits. Kids learn to code programmable LEDs with this add-on kit for the BBC micro:bit. This kit does not include the BBC Micro:bit. If you require a BBC Micro:bit along with this kit, you can purchase the micro:bit Education 10 Pack by clicking here.

  • Free UK and US shipping for a limited time only
  • Learn how to code and create!
  • Customize anything using LEDs and block based coding

Easy to set up

Clip the kit together with a BBC micro:bit.

A creative introduction to coding

Code the rainbow lights using the online platform.

Upgrade stuff you already own

Stick the lights to anything and go!

Clip it, code it and stick it - coding comes to life in lights

Designed with the BBC for kids ages 11 and up, the BBC micro:bit (not included) is the perfect way to start kids coding and making. With the micro:mods Kit, kids use code and a strip of stick-to-anything programmable LED lights to customize and light up their stuff. Hands-on coding and electronics meets creative crafting.

New To BBC Micro:bit?

Choose one of these packs which includes the BBC Micro:bit. Whether they want to get creative with robots or supercharge their arts & crafts, these packs are perfect for fun ways to learn coding.

What's In Each Box?

1: LED Strip

2: Battery Connector

3: Micro:bit Case

4: Split Pins

5: USB Cable

6: Two AAA Batteries

7: Free access to our Make platform

What is the micro:mods kit?

The micro:mods kit gets kids coding LED lights that can be used to customize their stuff in any way they want to.

What do you learn with this kit?

Kids clip their rainbow lights together and learn how to code through block-based coding software, encouraging creative problem-solving skills.

Is the micro:bit included?

No, the perfect add-on kit for those who already own a BBC micro bit. Don’t have one, check out our micro bit Education 10 Pack

What’s the recommended age?

Perfect for 11 years and up, though it’s a great kit for experienced makers who have an interest in coding too!

Does it require batteries?

No, the LED light strip is powered directly by the BBC micro:bit.

How do I learn to code with the micro:mods kit?

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.

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.