As my first Pi project (please forgive my dumb questions) I am looking to assemble an indoor climate monitor composed of:
[*]Pi Zero W
[*]BME680 temperature + humidity + air quality sensor
[*]TCS34725 light sensor
[*]SPH0645LM4H microphone (for noise level)
Adafruit and Pimoroni produce nice breakout boards for these, using the I2C and I2S interfaces. I have never wired components like these, but I imagine that they would compete for the same pins. I could use a breadboard with jumper wires, but I am afraid this will result in a really fragile result if I am going to leave them in our rooms. Ideally they'd all be either soldered or assembled. I looked at the Breakout Garden which looks like exactly what I need, but unfortunately it doesn't support a microphone breakout.
Any suggestions on how to assemble this in a sturdy way? Thanks!