i am not familiar with that kit, but i assume the big connector has most of the pins.
as i have said before, you can't attach a motor directly to those pins.
you need to first, get a suitable mating connector, then, add wire to it, and at the other end, connect the wire to male pins (for breadboarding). from there, you should experiment to how the connections actually are, by flashing led, sending parallel data, etc.
when you know that, make a simple h bridge on the breadboard, and command it from the kit's pins. you can attach a motor to the h-bridge.
for a servo, just stick two power pins in the servo connector, and one wire (possibly with a suitable connector, like male headers) with its connector on the signal input of the servo mechanism.