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The Maker Kit has everything you need to start creating, inventing and learning about circuitry right out of the box. It’s great for beginners and makes a perfect educational gift. Love to keep the kids active, and this will not only do that but also keep them interested, then I won the battle.

In addition to more advanced circuitry, this kit lets you experiment with light sensing, timed circuits, piezoelectric materials, and more! With Circuit Scribe, making means learning.

This kit allows you to explore conductivity & touch-sensitive circuits, and to build your understanding of inputs, outputs, and signal processing in your circuits. Additional topics to explore in the guided workbook include light sensing, timed circuits, piezoelectric materials, and more.

The Maker Kit contains a full-size pen and modules that introduce more advanced concepts, including light & sound to take your circuit sketches to the next level!  Circuit Scribe started with a remarkable pen that writes conductive silver ink to create working circuits on a piece of paper. The non-toxic silver ink makes creating circuits as easy as doodling and can be used on any paper that a typical rollerball pen can.

We have been having a great time using this, and it’s been fun for the kids. All you do basically is draw with the pen and then pop on the components. It is amazing to see how the ink from the pen actually makes them work. Seriously it is super cool and affordable. You can start with just a kit and from there add-on accessories as your child’s electronic skills and interest advance.

Perfect gift for the kids, that love to build things, and adults too. Once we discovered that the lines must be thick we had fun.  Circuit Scribe started with a remarkable pen that writes conductive silver ink to create working circuits on a piece of paper. The non-toxic silver ink makes creating circuits as easy as doodling and can be used on any paper that a typical rollerball pen can.

This is something one of the older kids will get a kick out of, perfect it for them to learn how to make and conduct circuits.

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