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Let's Start Coding Base Kit

$79.99

Let’s Start Coding Base Kit case with some contents spread out. The green and clear-lidded case is similar to a small tackle or bead box. Outside and in front of the box is a Maker (circuit) Board, retractable U S B cable, speaker, L E D lights, R G B L E D lights, push buttons, turn knob, and reference cards fanned out along the bottom. There is a “Top Fun Tillywig Toy Award” over the top of the picture.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit contents spread out. The top row shows 3 green, blue, and red L E D lights (1 of each color). There are also 4 push buttons, 3 R G B L E D lights, and 1 turn knob. Next row down shows the Maker (circuit) Board and a speaker. The bottom row has a stack of reference cards and a retractable U S B cable.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit Maker Board plugged into a computer with the retractable U S B plug.  The Maker Board is dark green with black grid components for plugging in L E D's and buttons. There are 3 L E D lights plugged into the board and are lit up. You can see the left side of a laptop keyboard on the right.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit case with some contents spread out. The green and clear-lidded case is similar to a small tackle or bead box and contains L E D lights, turn knob, push buttons, and the speaker. On the white surface in front of the case if a retractable USB cord, 3 colored L E D lights, Maker Board, and reference cards.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit case closed with components inside. The hinged case is green with a clear lid. There is a label in the middle that reads “Base Kit 2. Learn Code with Hands-on Projects. Write code for a circuit board, that controls these components. Let’s start coding dot com. Ages 8 +.” You can see illustrations of the component outlines.
Three teenagers are sitting around a table and using the Let’s Start Coding Base Kit. There is a light brunette boy on the left, a dark-haired girl with glasses in the middle, and a dark-haired boy on the right. They are all looking and smiling at a laptop in the middle. The coding kit is to the right of the laptop, open. The girl in the middle is holding the Maker circuit Board in her hand with the L E D’s on it, lit.
A close up of a teenage girl with glasses holding the Let’s Start Coding Maker (circuit) Board. She is holding the Maker Board in her left hand while her right hand is pinching toward the green L E D light attached. There is a green, red, and whitish-blue L E D light plugged in and lit up.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit case with some contents spread out. The green and clear-lidded case is similar to a small tackle or bead box. Outside and in front of the box is a Maker (circuit) Board, retractable U S B cable, speaker, L E D lights, R G B L E D lights, push buttons, turn knob, and reference cards fanned out along the bottom. There is a “Top Fun Tillywig Toy Award” over the top of the picture.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit contents spread out. The top row shows 3 green, blue, and red L E D lights (1 of each color). There are also 4 push buttons, 3 R G B L E D lights, and 1 turn knob. Next row down shows the Maker (circuit) Board and a speaker. The bottom row has a stack of reference cards and a retractable U S B cable.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit Maker Board plugged into a computer with the retractable U S B plug.  The Maker Board is dark green with black grid components for plugging in L E D's and buttons. There are 3 L E D lights plugged into the board and are lit up. You can see the left side of a laptop keyboard on the right.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit case with some contents spread out. The green and clear-lidded case is similar to a small tackle or bead box and contains L E D lights, turn knob, push buttons, and the speaker. On the white surface in front of the case if a retractable USB cord, 3 colored L E D lights, Maker Board, and reference cards.
Let’s Start Coding Base Kit case closed with components inside. The hinged case is green with a clear lid. There is a label in the middle that reads “Base Kit 2. Learn Code with Hands-on Projects. Write code for a circuit board, that controls these components. Let’s start coding dot com. Ages 8 +.” You can see illustrations of the component outlines.
Three teenagers are sitting around a table and using the Let’s Start Coding Base Kit. There is a light brunette boy on the left, a dark-haired girl with glasses in the middle, and a dark-haired boy on the right. They are all looking and smiling at a laptop in the middle. The coding kit is to the right of the laptop, open. The girl in the middle is holding the Maker circuit Board in her hand with the L E D’s on it, lit.
A close up of a teenage girl with glasses holding the Let’s Start Coding Maker (circuit) Board. She is holding the Maker Board in her left hand while her right hand is pinching toward the green L E D light attached. There is a green, red, and whitish-blue L E D light plugged in and lit up.

Let's Start Coding Base Kit

Let’s Start Coding Base Kit enables children to experience hands-on coding while incorporating plug-in components such as a speaker and LED lights.

$79.99

Ages8+
Grades4th+
AvailabilityUsually ships in 24 to 48 hours
SKU152-123

You'll earn 80 Doodle Dollar points.

Product Code: 152-123

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