Circuit Scribe Maker’s Kit

Welcome to the Circuit Scribe Maker’s Kit Giveaway!
Circuit Scribe allows yourself or children to get immersed in STEM. It’s a great way to learn about circuitry and how it all works.

Holly from I Like It Frantic got to test the Ultimate Maker Kit and even took video of her son turning on a light after drawing the circuits.

Imagine sitting in study hall and creating a paper city. Students can now build and light up houses, create a pressure sensitive driveway or a street lamp circuit! Science, technology, engineering and math all combine as youngsters draw lines with their easy-to-use Circuit Scribe!
As their website and online store explains, “our non-toxic silver ink makes creating circuits as easy as doodling.” With a range of kits and bundles to choose from, holiday giving this year can ramp up from ho-ho-ho to OMG whoa!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  • I think STEM is so important for their development. We have been exposing them early so the activities capture their imagination and curiosity.

  • Tim

    My son has already shown an interest in math and building things. He started playing with LEGO before he turned three. He loves solving puzzles.

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