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Arduino Starter Kit Classroom Pack

SKU: W45207
$479.99 (USD)
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The Arduino Starter Kit Classroom Pack contains six of the popular Arduino Starter Kits. Developed to give middle school students an introduction to integrated electronics, circuitry, and coding, the starter kit offers an extensive educational solution for learning how to use the beloved Arduino platform. This pack serves up to 12 students with a recommended student-to-set ratio of 2:1.

Each kit contains an Arduino UNO Rev 3 Board, a collection of sensors and actuators, and, most important, a guide book that will help students and teachers to take their first steps into the world of electronics with interactive and sensing objects. A 30-day trial access to the Arduino Create Chrome App for Education is also included.

Each Arduino Starter Kit contains a full color 170-page book with instructions for 15 projects:

  1. Get to Know Your Tools: An introduction to the basics.

  2. Spaceship Interface: Design a control panel for a starship.

  3. Love-O-Meter: Measure how hot-blooded you are.

  4. Color Mixing Lamp: Produce any color with a lamp that uses light as an input.

  5. Mood Cue: Let people know how you’re doing.

  6. Light Theremin: Create a musical instrument you play by waving your hands.

  7. Keyboard Instrument: Play music with this keyboard.

  8. Digital Hourglass: A light-up hourglass that can stop you from working too much.

  9. Motorized Pinwheel: A colored wheel that will make your head spin.

  10. Zoetrope: Create a mechanical animation you can play – and play in reverse.

  11. Crystal Ball: A mystical tour to answer all your tough questions.

  12. Knock Lock: Unlock a door with a secret knock.

  13. Touchy-Feely Lamp: A lamp that responds to your touch.

  14. Tweak the Arduino Logo: Control your personal computer from your Arduino.

  15. Hacking Buttons: Create a master control for all of your devices!


Type: Multi-Student Project Packs Grades: 6-12


What You'll Get

Each individual kit contains:

  • Projects book (170 pages)
  • Arduino UNO Rev 3 Board
  • USB cable
  • Breadboard (400 points)
  • 70 solid core jumper wires
  • Easy-to-assemble base
  • Battery snap (9 V)
  • Stranded jumper wire (black)
  • Stranded jumper wire (red)
  • 6 phototransistors
  • 3 potentiometers (10 kohms)
  • 10 push buttons
  • Temperature sensor
  • Tilt sensor
  • Alphanumeric LCD (16 x 2 characters)
  • LED (bright white)
  • LED (RGB)
  • 8 LEDs (red)
  • 8 LEDs (green)
  • 8 LEDs (yellow)
  • 3 LEDs (blue)
  • Small DC motor (6/9 V)
  • Small servo motor
  • Piezo capsule (PKM17EPP-4001-B0)
  • H-bridge motor driver (L293D)
  • Optocouplers (4N35)
  • 2 Mosfet transistors (IRF520)
  • 5 capacitors (100 uF)
  • 5 diodes (1N4007)
  • 3 transparent gels (red, green, blue)
  • Male pins strip (40 x 1)
  • 20 resistors (220 ohms)
  • 5 resistors (560 ohms)
  • 5 resistors (1 kohms)
  • 5 resistors (4.7 kohms)
  • 20 resistors (10 kohms)
  • 5 resistors (1 Mohm)
  • 5 resistors (10 Mohms)



Learning Values

  • Circuits
  • Electronic components
  • Energy and power
  • Ohm’s law
  • Designing solutions based on criteria and constraints
  • Modeling
  • Variables
  • Coding
  • Simple circuits
  • Attributes of design
  • Troubleshooting
  • Systems thinking
  • Electricity/electronics
  • Defining problems
  • Problem-solving
  • Prototyping
  • Testing and evaluating a solution
  • Teamwork
  • Logic
  • Accuracy
  • Measurements
  • 3-D shapes
  • Data collection
  • Data analysis
  • Graphing data
  • Logical reasoning


  • Students Served: 6-12

“The product packaging for the Arduino Starter Kit is well-thought-out, labeled, and organized. When you are unboxing your materials, I would recommend having space dedicated to the project itself as it requires many small parts. Completing the projects was straightforward and easy to understand while using the included project book. The projects are easy to follow without much background in electronics, and they cover many topics and skills. Overall, I would recommend these kits for any student or parent wanting to learn the basics of coding and electronics from home. As a parent and a teacher who had to teach both virtually and at home, these kits would make a great addition to both my STEM lesson plans and my homeschooling experience. They require very little adult input past the organization phase. Overall I had a very positive experience.”

– Samuel R. Warwick Jr, engineering instructor, Heritage High School, Maryville, Tennessee