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Micro:bit Brings Creativity and Logic Hand By Hand

The micro:bit course teaches children the basics of programming circuits and robots to employ their programming ideas in meaningful and effective ways by designing practical programs that help facilitate daily life while fostering creativity with distinctive ideas directly related to physics, mathematics, and the world of technology.

Inputting Creativing to Output a Successful Future

Imagine how proud your child will be when they show off their latest creation! Plus, learning to code and work with electronics can open up a world of opportunities for their future.

Micro:bit Path Overview

Our Micro:bit course helps students understand how circuit boards work.
Students will learn to program using micro:bit & Freenove robot to build projects (sense, measure, and log data) that promote computational thinking and problem-solving skills; creativity; self-expression, collaboration, hands-on, and practical experience in coding.


  • Understand and apply the fundamental principles and concepts of circuit boards and robots.

  • Learn more about abstraction, logic, algorithms, and data representation.

  • Design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals, including controlling or simulating physical systems.

  • Use logical reasoning to explain how some simple algorithms work and to detect and correct errors in algorithms and programs.

Basic Knowledge

  • Level (1): Flexibility using Zoom and knowledge of basic programming concepts

  • Level (2): Level(3): Flexibility using Zoom, and knowledge of basic programming concepts (Events/ Loops/ Conditional statements/Variables )

  • Level (3): Flexibility using Zoom and knowledge of basic robots concepts

Technical Requirements

  • Level (1): Tablet or laptop with stable internet connection and micro:bit (with electronic elements)

  • Leve (2): Tablet or laptop with stable internet connection / installed Zoom /and micro:bit (with electronic elements)

  • Level(3): Tablet or laptop with stable internet connection / installed Zoom/ and micro:bit / Freenove Rover Robot

Why Should Young Minds
Learn Micro:bit?

In today’s fast-paced world, kids need to learn about technology and how it works. One of the most exciting new tools for kids is the Micro:bit, a small, programmable device that’s easy to use and can be used to create a wide range of projects. Here are some reasons why your kid should learn Micro:bit

It's Easy to Use

The Micro:bit is designed to be easy to use, even for kids who are new to programming and electronics. With a simple interface and easy-to-understand instructions, your kid can start creating projects right away.

It Teaches Coding Skills

Learning to code is an important skill for kids in today’s digital age. With the Micro: bit, your kid can learn to code in a fun and engaging way.

It Teaches Problem-Solving Skills

When working with the Micro:bit, kids will encounter problems and challenges they need to solve. That helps them develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills that will be useful in many areas of their lives.

It's educational

In addition to teaching coding skills, the Micro: bit can teach other subjects, such as math and science. That makes it a valuable tool for educators and parents who want to give their kids a well-rounded education.

It's Fun

Learning with the Micro: bit is fun and engaging, which means kids are more likely to stick with it and continue learning. That can help foster a lifelong love of learning and technology.

It's the Future

Learning about technology and programming is becoming increasingly important in today’s world, and the Micro: bit is a great tool to help kids get started. By learning with the Micro: bit, kids are preparing themselves for the future and gaining valuable skills that will be useful in many areas of their lives.

Children initially learn the Scratch language (software building blocks) because of its ease and simplicity in presenting the most important principles of programming, and when the child masters the basics, he begins to learn advanced scripting languages such as Python in advanced courses later

Our courses are offered according to various programming tracks, each track consists of three courses that extend over six months, so that the duration of each course is two months (a lesson per week) within a team of 3 to 5 students with a specialized trainer and a special platform for communication and continuous evaluation of students’ performance and programming level.

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