BYOR Kickoff kit - LED + Sound

Product Code: IT10355
The easiest way to start building creations with LED and sound components.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Interactive Learning

This kit lets children create and debug simple programs, teaching basic programming concepts through hands-on learning.

Versatile Building Options

This kit includes components to build a windmill, ferris wheel, or candy machine, enhancing problem-solving skills.

Collaborative Potential

This kit allows two children to work together, fostering teamwork and collaborative problem-solving in educational settings.

Technical Knowledge Application

Children learn to use electrical systems in their projects.

Supports Key Stage 1 Computing

The kit enables children to create and debug simple programs, meeting Key Stage 1 objectives and supporting the UK computing curriculum.

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Kickoff kit - LED + Sound

The easiest way to start building creations with LED and sound components.


  • This robotics kit provides an interactive way for children to learn programming and engineering fundamentals. The inclusion of a small Easyboard simplifies initial setup and understanding, making it accessible to beginners. Constructing models like windmills and ferris wheels allows children to practice designing and debugging simple programs.

  • Aligned with the UK curriculum, children learn to create and debug simple programs.

  • The projects encourage understanding of electrical systems, incorporating components like series circuits, switches, and motors, thus blending computing with practical design and technology. This hands-on approach deepens technical knowledge and enhances problem-solving and collaborative skills.

Supports the National Curriculum

Computing, Key Stage 1

Create and debug simple programs.

Computing, Key Stage 2

Design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals, including controlling or simulating physical systems and solve problems by decomposing them into smaller parts.

Design & Technology, Key Stage 2, Technical Knowledge

Understand and use electrical systems in their products (for example, series circuits incorporating switches, bulbs, buzzers and motors).

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