Test Conductors With Your micro:bit
Program your micro:bit so you can use it to test materials to see if they are conductors. Conductors allow electricity to flow through them. You can utilize the micro:bit's battery pack to make a circuit with a conductor!
1 - Start a new project in MakeCode
Go to "MakeCode.microbit.org" to start a new project by clicking the new project icon above. Click the purple plus box labeled "New Project" to begin.
2 - Make your micro:bit a circuit.
Program your micro:bit to show a √ when a material is a conductor and an X when it isn't.
Hooray! You Did It!
You made a circuit! Connect one alligator clip to the "0" on the bottom of your micro:bit then connect another to the "GND". Finally, connect the other ends to a material to see if it is a conductor.
If you need help, click me to see the finished product!