Raspberry Pi 3 Kit
The Raspberry Pi 3 comes with on-board wifi and bluetooth. This kit includes everything you need to get started. The SD card comes with Raspbian Jessie installed. It is ready to go as soon as you plug it into your monitor or television, and plug in a mouse and keyboard. The kit also includes a power supply and instruction booklet to give you some ideas for getting started with the Raspberry Pi.
The kit also comes with an LED so that you can get started with Python and electronics programming straight out of the box. More information on using an LED with a Pi can be found here
You will need to supply an HDMI monitor or TV and a cable as the kit does not come with one. You will also need a USB keyboard and mouse.
1602 LCD (16x2) Screen
If you've ever wanted to display a simple message without the need for a full screen using your Raspberry Pi then look no further than the 16x2 LCD display. It has a very fast response time and can dispay simple messages.
The kit comes with a potentiometer to control the screen brightness and all the wires that you need to get started with this fun project. It also inclues a work sheet to describe how to display your first message, from there it can be easily integrated into your future projects.
Please Note that the header pins are presoldered for this kit so you don't need to worry about soldering them on yourself.
HC-SR501 Movement Sensor
This kit will give you everything that you need to get started measuring movement. It includes a box kit which can be cut out and used to provide a holder for the movement sensor. It can be combined with the Electro Cat Studios website to continuously monitor a given area and the data can be reviewed online.
You will need a craft knife, scissors and glue to fully assemble the box for the sensor. It might also be useful to have a device for making holes in the box to secure the sensor.
OLED Kit Box
This kit will give you everything that you need to get started with posting custom messages to an OLED screen. It includes a box kit which can be cut out and used to provide a holder for the screen as well as cables to connect the screen and the screen itself. It also includes screws to hold the screen in place on the box.
You will need a craft knife, scissors and glue to fully assemble the box for the screen. It might also be useful to have a device for making holes in the box to secure the sensor (a compass or bradle would easily make the hole).