This easy-to-use circuit kit is composed of over 30 easy-to-snap blocks of all necessary electronic components. With this Jr. introductory kit, young electricians can build over 130 different projects, including a musical doorbell, flying saucer, siren, light dimmer, mind-reader game, reflection detector, static gun, alien alarm, a morse code device, and so much more!
Each project is listed in the booklet, and featured in a half-page layout which includes a full-color diagram of the finished setup, objective, and directions. The parts are all labeled on the diagram, making it easy to set up the project, and the directions include an explanation of how the circuit works, so maybe after the thrill of creating their own laser "gun" or water alarm wears off, theyll come back and actually figure out how it works.
A fairly detailed orientation to the parts in the kit and their functions, safety guidelines, parts checklist and a troubleshooting guide are all included at the beginning, so students can complete the projects safely - and get a lot more from the kit than just "making cool stuff." This is definitely too fun to be science!
Great reference card for chemistry and physics students.
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Defy gravity with this cool balancing eagle!
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This microscope is so versatile you can even take it with you on a job site!