Getting Started with littleBits

SKU: 660-0021

Getting Started with littleBits by Ayah Bdeir and Matt Richardson is a comprehensive guide to littleBits electronics. Not sure how to use your new Arduino Bit or set the timeout? This handbook will become your go-to guide as you explore the littleBits platform and create your own inventions. With dozens of curated projects to supplement the Bit explanations, it's perfect for beginners, educators, and anyone who wants to dive deeper into the littleBits platform and learn how to use each individual Bit.

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