Yahboom world of module programmable sensor kit for Micro:bit V2 board

YahboomSKU: 6000400190

Version: Without Micro:bit
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Sale price$104.99
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Based on 21 reviews
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Heather Borgardt
Item hasn’t arrived

Ordered this kit three weeks ago and it still hasn’t arrive.

Hello friend,
Thanks for your support to our products.
Since you choose the free standard express when you purchase, the transportation takes about 10-12 days. The package is on the way, so do not worry.
I have emailed you your package logistics order number and inquiry website. You can check that.

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Barol Smith

Not only do children like it, but I also like it! When we opened the board for the first time, the light and sound effects attracted children's attention.
And you can also program to change the light and sound, and turn what you want into reality. The graphical programming itself, which is similar to the quick assembly of building blocks, is very easy and clear.
Yahboom also provides some interesting and detailed examples to learn from.
The manufacturing quality is very good. I'm glad to communicate with the technical support in a timely manner and help the articles to select additional components. Thank you very much for Yahboom's products and services.

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Anneli Levanen
Good educational toy

Really easy to build and a fun educational toy for kids

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MisterG
Classroom Use

This would be fine for an individual user but is a problem in the classroom.

The individual boxes are fine but the modules lack colour coding or labels making them very difficult for students to identify.

We are spray painting the back of ours to identify bas Inputs, Outputs or Special and writing ID labelling onto them. The modules are then packed away into larger boxes.

I should have picked up the issue earlier I guess so this is just a heads up to other educators.

Hello Friend,
Thanks for your support to Yahboom products.
According to customer feedback, many people like uniform colors, so each module uses a blue-white building block case. And we put stickers on the box of each module, with the module picture and module name, we think this can distinguish each module very well.
Are the kids unable to identify every other module based on the name and the picture on the box? If that's yes, I'll send your question back to the product design department and we'll make some improvements later.

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McCraine Cary
A kids must have

I hosted a free STEM Robotics workshop for kids and they loved these robots. The parents wanted to know where I purchased them from so they can buy one.

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