Hello, thanks for the message, sorry it's not working right.
Do you have a voltage meter? That will be the most useful tool for debugging your kit. Doesn't need to be anything fancy, just able to measure voltages between 0 and 5v.
You can connect the black lead of the volt meter to the hole labeled "G" in the upper-left corner of the board. This is a convenient ground (0v) connection point. Then, use the read lead to measure the voltages at these points:
A. The upper pin of the slide switch on the right side of the board (nearby text says ON). This should be around 3.3 volts, and is the raw battery voltage.
B. With the switch in the on position, measure the voltage at the middle pin of the slide switch. When the switch is on, it should be the same voltage as the upper pin.
C. Keep the switch on for the rest of these measurement. Next measure the voltage at the upper-right pin of the black chip. This is pin 1, and should have the same voltage as the battery.
D. Pin 4 of the chip (middle pin on the row nearest the top edge of the board). This is the reset pin, and it should be near the battery voltage. If it's near 0 volts, then it will keep resetting the chip.
Let me know how those voltages look, and we'll figure out what's going wrong.