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Last year, I made my first Arduino Learner Kit for making the Arduino learning easy to a beginner. Over the year I discovered few bugs on my design. I also got some feedback from the readers to make a few modifications. Considering all I made the second version of the kit.
If you are a beginner in Arduino World and going to learn Arduino having some hands-on experience this Instructables and the Kit is for you. This Kit is also a good choice for the teachers who like to teach Arduino to their students in an easy way within a short time.

If you want to be an Arduino developer then you should learn the following topics using Arduino:

Digital Output:

Controlling multiple LEDs using Arduino
Generating Tone using Buzzer
Digital Input:

Interfacing button switch using Arduino
Interfacing DHT11 Sensor Using Arduino
Analog Input:

Reading Analog data from a potentiometer
Interfacing LM35 temperature sensor using Arduino
Analog Output (using PWM):

Generating multiple colors using the RGB LED.
SPI Communication:

Interfacing 74HC595 Shift Registerwith Arduino
Interfacing MAX7219CNG with Arduino for driving DOT Matrix display or multiple seven-segment displays using only 3 pins of Arduino.
I2C Communication:

Reading date and time from DS1307 real-time clock
UART Communication:

Interfacing GROVE GPS and Bluetooth Module with Arduino
Display Interfacing:

Driving 16 X 2 Character LCD display using Arduino
Multiplexing:

Driving multiple seven-segment displays using a minimum number of Arduino pins.
You will be wondering to know that the new Kit is designed to experiment with all the above-mentioned topics. So, it can be an Ideal Learner Kit for learning Arduino Programming.

[The Kit includes onboard 6 Green LED, 1 RGB LED, 1 Potentiometer, 1 LM35 Sensor, 1 DHT11 Sensor, 4 Button Switch, 4 Seven Segment Display, 1 8X8 Dot Matrix Display, 1 MAX7219CNG IC, 1 74HC595 Shift Register, 1 Buzzer, 1 16X2 LCD display, 1 DS1307 RTC, 3 Grove Universal Connector.]

No more separate shield or module, no more disgusting wiring on the way of learning Arduino.”

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