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  • Features: 50 fun circuit builds such as a doorbell, motion-sensing alarm, electronic dice & pong game and more.
  • Includes: 48 pieces: microprocessor, speaker, battery pack, light sensor, tricolor LED array, tilt switch, variable resistor, 2 push buttons, 6 modular boards, 31 Jumper wires in 4 lengths, and 48-page manual; (requires 3 x 1.5V AAA (LR03) batteries)
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Hours of STEM electronics fun: build amazing gadgets and games with lights, sounds, and Sensors using the modular system and microprocessor; customize your electronic builds in 3-D with snap-together boards
48 pieces, amazing value: microprocessor, speaker, battery pack, light sensor, tricolor LED array, tilt switch, variable resistor, 2 push buttons, 6 modular boards, 31 Jumper wires in 4 lengths, and 48-page manual; requires 3 x 1.5V AAA (LR03) batteries, not included
48-Page illustrated manual packed with science: using the scientific method to make your way through the 50 step-by-step projects, learn about electricity, Electric currents, Electric circuits, conductance, microprocessors, rom, ram, sound frequency, RGB color, and more
50 fun circuit builds—unlimited projects: first 10 builds teach the basics of electronics, then advance in complexity; create a doorbell and a motion-sensing alarm for you room, make electronic dice and a pong game, use a Pencil to draw music you can hear, create a magic message wand, and more
Perfect for budding computer Scientists ages 8+: kids can gain confidence as they build on their own or you can bond as a family as you create the projects together
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thanks got 1 for my nephew
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This is cool in theory but I'm wondering how long this would keep the interest of a 6-8yo?
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In for 1. Thanks op.
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Fakespot F... would love to know if this is actually good or not, seems like a fun idea.
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As a 35 yo who knows little about electricity I was wondering if I was too old for this!
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No never too old to create & use the mind 😉
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As a 35 yo who knows little about electricity I was wondering if I was too old for this!
LOL, I was thinking the same thing. Too bad there isn't an adult/advanced version. Who doesn't love fun learning!
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As a 35 yo who knows little about electricity I was wondering if I was too old for this!
As a 38 yr old electrical eng, I would say it's never too late learn more about electronics and electricity. Having said that, I just bought the kit so can't say as to whether it's any good. But it seems decent if it does everything it says it does Smilie
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Thanks - great for gifts!
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As a 35 yo who knows little about electricity I was wondering if I was too old for this!
I was making the same question, I bought for my future kids.
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Fakespot F... would love to know if this is actually good or not, seems like a fun idea.
Do you know that some iPads (shipped and sold by amazon.com) also have score F?

Install fakespot chrome extension, and you will be surprised how many legitimate items have score F...

I lost my confidence in Fakespot...
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