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Arduino Kit AKX00023 Starter Kit Education

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AKX00023 Arduino Education Starter Kit - An educational starter kit for students aged 11-14 into the wonderful world of Arduino and electronics. The kit includes everything you need. Nine 90min lessons in English with materials.


Teach middle school students the basics of programming, coding, and electronics. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary as the kits guide you through step-by-step, you are well-supported with teacher guides, and lessons can be paced according to your students’ abilities. You can integrate the kit throughout the curriculum, giving your students the opportunity to become confident in programming and electronics with guided sessions and open experimentation. You’ll also be teaching them vital 21st-century skills such as collaboration and problem-solving.

The Arduino Education Starter Kit contains all the hardware and software you need for eight students (in groups of 2). You get step-by-step-lessons, teacher notes, exercises, and for a complete and in-depth class experience there’s also extra optional resources including activities, concepts, history, and interesting facts.

The online platform contains the teacher content, nine 90-minute lessons, and two open-ended group projects that teach students coding and electronics. Each lesson builds off the previous one, giving students a further opportunity to apply the skills and concepts they have already learned. Students also get an engineering logbook that they complete as they work through the lessons.

The beginning of each lesson provides an overview, estimated completion times, and learning objectives. Throughout each lesson, there are teacher notes and information that help the lesson go smoothly. Extension ideas are provided at the end of each lesson.


  • Getting Started (30 min). In this lesson, students will be familiarized with the kit material. You will learn about electrical safety, how to set up the software and create your first program.
  • Lesson 1 - Basics of Electricity (90 min). In this lesson, students explore some of the basic concepts of electricity and build their first simple circuit while learning about the components that make up the circuit.
  • Lesson 2 - Ohm's Law (90 min). The students explore one of the physical laws that determine how electricity behaves in a circuit: The Ohm Act. You will learn the difference between parallel and series circuits by building them and examine how electrical measurements behave as tools with a multimeter.
  • Lesson 3 - Traffic Signals (90 min). In this lesson, students are introduced to Arduino software (IDE) and program their first light circuit that controls the circuit's operation.
  • Lesson 4 - Dimming Switch (90 min). Students learn about the potentiometer and how to use it manually to control a circuit. They then build an LED circuit in which the Arduino board controls the brightness of the LEDs based on the position of the potentiometer. As students program their circuit, they are introduced into concepts such as variables, conditional statements, and serial communication.
  • Lesson 5 - Holiday Lights Project (90 min). The participants carry out an open project in which they design, build and program their own lighting circuit. The project must meet the objectives, criteria, and constraints of the project.
  • Lesson 6 - Sport robot ( 90 min). In this lesson, students learn how to use a servo motor to build a simple sports robot. You will program the robot to hit, kick or throw a ball.
  • Lesson 7 - Wiper (90 min). This lesson introduces students to new programming concepts such as nested conditioning, switch case structures, and loops. Students learn the new concepts by programming and building a wiper circuit.
  • Lesson 8 - Musical Keyboard (90 min). In this lesson, students learn about piezo buzzers and how to create different sounds, sounds and music. With this understanding, the students will build and program a music keyboard.
  • Lesson 9 - Fiber Optic Radar (90 min). Students use their Arduino board and a phototransistor to measure the intensity of light and learn the basic principle of how information is transmitted through light waves.
  • Lesson 10 - Greenhouse Control System Project (180 min). The students are conducting an open-exit project to design, build and program an environmental control system for a greenhouse. The project must meet the objectives, criteria, and constraints of the project.

 Kit includes

  • Access code to the exclusive online course content, instructions for teachers and printable worksheets for students
  • 4x Arduino UNO rev 3
  • 4x starter kit mounting base easy to install plastic base
  • 4x battery Snap 9V, 8x batteries 9V
  • 4x breadboard 400 points
  • 4x condenser - 100µF
  • 4x Plug-to-Plug jumper wires (red), 4x Plug-to-Plug jumper wires (black)
  • 20x LEDs (red), 20x LEDs (green), 20x LEDs (yellow), 20x LEDs (blue)
  • 4x multimeter
  • 4x piezo buzzer (PKM17EPP-4001-B0)
  • 4x photo transistors
  • 8x potentiometer 10kOhm
  • 20x push button
  • 4x Resistors: 1 kΩ, 20x Resistors: 10 kΩ, 20x Resistors: 220 Ω, 20x Resistors: 560 Ω
  • 70x jumper wires
  • 4x Limitendrahtbrücke (red)
  • 4x servo motor
  • 4x temperature sensor (TMP36)
  • 4x USB cable
  • 12x M3 bolt, 12x M3 bolt


Manufacturer's modelAKX00023


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