BP is now selling kits for kids who are interested in discovering how to build electronic devices. Click the links below for more information about each of our kits, including videos on how to get the most out of your kit.
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The Electronic Foundations Starter Kit
What makes your electronic devices work? How are they put together? This kit is the foundation kit for our series. It has simple instructions on how to work with breadboards and how to wire circuits. Other kits use this kit as the foundation stone. A 9V battery is required.
Tone Generator Kit
The Tone Generator Kit is a device that emits a simple tone to a pair of headphones (headphones are not supplied). Building on the starter kit, this kit introduces capacitors and integrated circuits. This kit will give you practice using capacitors and integrated circuits, with an introduction to audio production.
More Information: Overview and Build Video
Nano Tennis Kit
The Nano Tennis Kit is a game that you can build yourself! It comes with an Arduino-compatible Nano microcontroller, and all the parts you need to build it. It does require a computer (Windows, Mac, or Linux) in order to load the programming onto the microcontroller. This kit is a great and fun way to start building microcontroller-based devices. No other kit is required, but the Starter Kit is recommended so that you become familiar with how breadboards are used.