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1. Purchase a micro:bit


You can buy micro:bits for your classroom from the Micro:bit Education Foundation, a not-for-profit organization who has a global reseller network.

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2. Use MakeCode online or as an app


If you have Windows 10 computers in your classroom, the MakeCode for micro:bit app makes downloading programs to the micro:bit easier, and includes support for serial data logging. If you don't have a Windows 10 computer, use MakeCode online.

3. Explore projects and curriculum


Browse the free Introduction to Computer Science curriculum, science experiments, or any of the micro:bit student projects to get ideas for using the micro:bit in your classroom.

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Explore MakeCode

Explore the pages below to learn more about Microsoft MakeCode and how to get started with an inclusive approach to computing education.