Firstly, we put the voice hat on top of the Raspberry Pi and connected the speaker to it. Then we put together the led, button, holder and plugged the leads into the voice hat outputs. Afterwards we put together the cardboard boxing and slotted the components inside. Next we pushed the led and its holder into the plastic button and screwed it in the hole. Then we closed the latch and that is the end of the construction.
In this blog we will show you how to code the Bit Buggy which we showed you how to build last month. To do this we used the block coding environment: https://makecode.microbit.org [poll id=”4″]