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Snap Circuits

  • Electronic Snap Circuits
    Electronic Snap Circuits
    Item #: OHM-125
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  • Snap Circuits Jr.
    Snap Circuits Jr.
    Item #: OHM-130
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Snap together electronic blocks to build over 300 different electronic circuits. No wire twisting!

AA Heavy Duty Batteries 40/pk

SKU #BAT-10P
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AA Extra Heavy Duty carbon-zinc batteries. Sold in packs or cases.

Description

Snap together electronic blocks to build over 300 different electronic circuits. All of the components (diodes, capacitors, resistors, transistors, etc.) are mounted with snaps that can be easily connected and disconnected. No soldering! No wire twisting! Learn by snapping together components to build:

  • Light Bulb Circuits
  • Musical Door Bell
  • Radio
  • Fire Engine Siren
  • Electronic Fan
  • Water Detector

Snap Circuits, Jr.
The Snap Circuits Jr. kit includes instructions for more than 100 projects ranging from a flying saucer to sound-activated switches and alarms that play music. Contains over 30 parts including a motor, photoresistors and multiple switches, plus an illustrated manual with instructions for over 100 projects. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included). For ages 8+.

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Snap Circuits
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Snap circuits are learning made fun!
Jennifer Fontenot

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5-8 Science Teacher
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This electricity kit is very easy to use. After I teach my students how to use schematic drawings, they love working together to build the different circuits. I even bought a kit for my nieces.
Elizabeth DeBoo

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Robust electronics set
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We received one of these sets for our 5 year-old son. It is a very sturdy set with clear set-up instructions. However, you might want someone who knows electronics to help with the understanding. The IC chips do not have much in the way of description - but you can track down this information on the web.
Jody

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