Where can I buy Bits and Bytes?
We recognise people from around the world want to order Bits and Bytes, and we are working hard to make it available in as many countries as possible, but it takes time to establish distributor relationships. If you cannot find a distributor in or near your country in the list below then you can order Bits and Bytes direct from us (we ship worldwide).
United States of America – Amazon US (https://www.amazon.com/)
United Kingdom – Amazon UK (https://www.amazon.co.uk/)
Germany – Amazon Germany (https://www.amazon.de/)
France – Amazon France (https://www.amazon.fr/)
Italy – Amazon Italy (https://www.amazon.it/)
Spain – Amazon Spain (https://www.amazon.es/)
Nordic region – Hands on Science (https://hos.se)
If you are buying on behalf of a school you may be eligible for our Education discount. Please click here for more information
If you are a distributor who would like to sell Bits and Bytes then please contact us here. We would love to hear from you.
Bits & Bytes has been designed to be a fun experience for children between the ages of 4 and 10, whilst teaching them STEM skills and computational thinking (the basics of programming/coding logic).
Around the world, governments are making the teaching of computational thinking compulsory, so it is increasingly essential to provide children with tools that will help them to learn this. Unfortunately, many adults do not have prior knowledge of coding/programming, and wouldn’t know how to help.
Bits and Bytes has been designed to help teach the following skills:
The game is a great platform for encouraging the use of coding vocabulary – pupils were eager to teach each other the game and resources were easy to organise. It was useful to have the children learning computer skills without the need for a PC“Ms Shannon Thewlis - Year 5 and 6 school teacher
Bits & Bytes has been designed to be flexible (it can be made easier to play or harder to suit a wide range of ages). It is compact for easy storage. It encourages creativity by allowing children to customise the rules. It is very affordable (less than 10% of the price of a cheap netbook). It helps children to develop the required mindset for coding, as well as teaching the fundamentals of problem solving, issuing instructions and more.
And best of all, the children are learning and not staring at a screen. Bits and Bytes is a card game that helps children to learn STEM skills and computational thinking, without needing a computer.