The BBC micro:bit is a popular little microcontroller board developed by the BBC and targeted at children and young students. The BBC micro:bit Electronic Adventure Kit adds to the microcontroller board (included in the kit, of course) a few resistors and LEDs, a loudspeaker, cables with crocodile clips plus two booklets with projects and explanations (for now only in German).

The Electronic Adventure Kit does not require any soldering as circuits are wired up by sticking bits of adhesive copper tape on a piece of cardboard. The electronic components are fixed to the copper tape with more copper tape. Thanks to this unusual approach, scissors and a computer with access to the internet is all you need to learn to program the BBC micro:bit.

This video shows what’s in the kit and how it is supposed to be used.