ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS | Fun Electronics for kids | Age 8+


Award-winning introduction to Electronics.
• For start-up Electronics Engineers.
• Innovative snap-together blocks for safe experimentation
• Construct a rain warning system, logic circuits & more.

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Fun Electronics for kids: Our children are gifted with the power to invent and achieve amazing technological feats. It’s through creative play that they learn how to exploit these skills.

An Electronic Circuit is a complete path around which electric current flows. It must include a source of electricity, such as a battery. Materials that allow electric current to pass through them easily, called conductors, can be used to link the positive and negative ends of a battery, creating a circuit.

The path may be closed (joined at both ends), making it a loop. A closed circuit makes electrical current flow possible. It may also be an open circuit where the current flow is cut short because the path is broken. An open circuit does not allow electrical current to flow continuously.

All the electronics that we use today are based on complex electronic circuits. Electronic circuits combine components, wires, and electricity to accomplish some function.

Some famous electronics engineers:
Nikola Tesla: made dozens of breakthroughs in the production, transmission and application of electric power. He invented the first alternating current (AC) motor.  The TESLA electric car is named after him.

Steve Wozniak: co-founded Apple Computers along with Steve Jobs. Apple now makes the iPhone smartphone that many of us use.

David Packard: co-founded Hewlett-Packard along with Bill Hewlett. Hewlett Packard designs and manufactures PCs, printers, servers and computer networking equipment.

Jack Kilby was an American electrical engineer who helped develop the first integrated circuit while working at Texas Instruments. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics.

An integrated circuit (microchip, silicon chip, computer chip, etc) is a specially prepared Silicon chip, the basic building block of the computer.

Electronics: Learning Circuits – STEM Science Discovery KitELECTRONICS LEARNING CIRCUITS – fun electronics for kids: Construct circuits with colourful building blocks, and learn about electricity and how electronic devices work. Children 8 years and above can safely and easily begin experimenting with electronics circuits. The kit uses innovative snap-together building blocks.

Children engage easily with the uniquely-shaped and brightly coloured building blocks. In addition they have fun learning about electronics because the system is intuitive and easy to use.

The assembly diagrams are clearly illustrated. As a result children are easily able to follow them to construct functional circuits. Furthermore, because the circuit symbols are printed directly onto the blocks, children quickly become familiar with the symbols and learn how to read circuit diagrams.

Electronics: Learning Circuits – STEM Science Discovery KitChildren learn and understand the principles of electronics through a variety of fun building projects.  The projects include an alternating blinker, a police siren, an ambulance siren, and an alarm system.

In addition they build a light detector, a conductivity tester, a rain warning system, a timer and logic circuits.

The kit comes with the tools and instructions that kids need to experiment with their own hands and learn first hand how electronics and electronic circuits work.

The electronics for kids kit includes:
• a 64-page illustrated guidebook
• 70 step-by-step, easy-to-follow hands-on experiments
• 55 specially designed parts including capacitors, resistors, transistors, LEDs, a photo-transistor, and a sound integrated circuit.

Experiment Manual: Click Here

Toys Bulletin Best of 2013
2011 Parents’ Choice Approved Award

Ages 8+
Box Dimensions: 37 x 29 x 8 cm
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small Parts. Not for children below 3.

Thames & Kosmos ELECTRONICS LEARNING CIRCUITS – Fun Electronics for Kids