Code Created Club for Teachers

Code Created Club for Teachers

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Code Created Club offers access to our amazing resources from just £1.25 a week per teacher. We add content each week, teaching coding fundamentals, visual programming and app and game development! We have lesson plans for all ages, from reception years, right through to GCSE level students.

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BBC micro:bit: Thermometer

In this project, we are going to turn our BBC micro:bit into a digital thermometer, which will sense the temperature of the room by getting the temperature of the micro:bit's components. We're also going to use this project as a chance to explore and create functions....

BBC micro:bit – Rock, Paper, Scissors (One Player Game)

In the second part of this two-part project, we're going to create a version of our Rock, Paper, Scissors game which you can play, single-player, against your micro:bit! If you haven't completed part one, you should give that a go first! Part 2: The One-Player Game...

BBC micro:bit: Spirit Level App

In this project, we are going to turn our BBC micro:bit into a digital spirit level, a tool designed to indicate whether a surface is horizontally flat. A spirit level is an instrument used by carpenters, stonemasons, bricklayers, and other building trades workers.

During this project, we will use the accelerometer to get the angle of the micro:bit and then we’ll use that reading to display information on the micro:bit’s screen to indicate whether or not the surface is flat.

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BBC micro:bit: Spirit Level App

BBC micro:bit: Spirit Level App

In this project, we are going to turn our BBC micro:bit into a digital spirit level, a tool designed to indicate whether a surface is horizontally flat. A spirit level is an instrument used by carpenters, stonemasons, bricklayers, and other building trades workers.

During this project, we will use the accelerometer to get the angle of the micro:bit and then we'll use that reading to display information on the micro:bit's screen to indicate whether or not the surface is flat.

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