Updated: Mar 22, 2021
I've been using those circuit tools for my lessons for a while. Even Micro:Bit is the most popular one, it is still one of my favourites. Recently I had a week-long summer school course about Micro:Bit with my students.
That week was my last week staying in my old school. For sure we had lots of fun with Micro:Bit. We used Yahboom micro:bit starter kit for beginner.
Most of my students never had any experience with Micro:Bit before, so in this course, I had to teach from the very beginning. After the whole week, most of my students showed strong interests in Micro:Bit.
I spent a bit time on the instructions - which could apply to most of introductory lessons.
I've attached here. I reckon it might be helpful for some people.
I've mentioned before in previous posts, Micro:Bit can add lots of extensions based on students' abilities.
This is just for newbies. I used this lesson with students who are in Grade 4, 5 &6. It can also be used for older kids.