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Electronics: Learning Circuits Experiment Kit

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Overview

  • Construct circuits and develop electronics knowledge at home
  • Colourful and safe building blocks makes this perfect for children
  • Requires 2 x AA batteries (not included)

Product overview

  • Construct circuits and develop electronics knowledge at home
  • Colourful and safe building blocks makes this perfect for children
  • Requires two AA batteries (not included)
  • Includes 70 exciting and fun experiments
  • Create alternating blinkers, an alarm system or even a rain warning system
  • The 64-page full-colour manual provides step-by-step guidance
  • Suitable for ages 8+

Fun circuit building experiments
With the help of innovative snap-together blocks, kids can learn how to build real functioning circuits. Understanding the ins-and-outs of electronics becomes accessible and safe as the blocks are uniquely designed in shapes which correspond with the assembly diagrams, so children eight and up can easily follow instructions. Circuit symbols printed directly onto each block ensure that each component can be quickly identified.

Included in the kit, as well as 70 experiments, are a range of building projects which include: a police siren, ambulance siren, light detector, alarm system, rain warning system, logic circuits, a timer and an alternating blinker.

Transferable skills and knowledge
The brightly illustrated manual walks through each step of the experiments and projects, as well as providing in-depth descriptions of the components and their function. Kids can also learn first-hand how electrical current works, giving them the foundation a future in the world of electronics.

Don’t miss out!
To get the most out of your experiment kit, you will need these household items which are not included: metal paper clips, tape, all-purpose glue, aluminium foil, scissors, cardboard, white paper, plastic ruler, pencil, cloth, piece of plastic wrap, table salt, drinking glass, teaspoon, paper towel tube, deionized water, tap water, thin wire, flashlight, tv remote and a digital camera.

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