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Klutz Maker Lab: Circuit Games Build & Play 5 Games! is perfect for kids who want to build create and discover.
This year, my third grader will study electricity at school. As an educator, I think that Klutz did an awesome job with Circuit Games Book & Maker Kit. They have step-by step instruction and 5 games to spark your child’s interest. There are five circuit games that you can build from scratch.
Use actual electronic components to construct a DIY operation game, compete with friends in a Space Loop race, assemble a quiz show board, and more. A step-by-step book of instructions teaches you how to be a maker by adding wires, LEDs, and buzzers for super-charged fun.
The Quiz Show Board piqued her interest right away. To create this game, you need the LED light, a battery pack, copper tape, the quiz show board, 10 question/answer cards, 10 brads, coated wires(5 short 1 long), and a pencil.
As a teacher, I often remind my students and my daughters to read first. Read through all the directions first before starting. This way, you will know what you need and get the chance to reread for clarification.
To get started, she needed to put the brads into the game board and getting ready to connect the legs of the brads (on the back of the game board) with the coated wires and copper tape. When this is completed, she will then power the lighting with the battery pack.
Hands-on science fun is happening in my house! Woohoo! We were laughing and having lots of fun with this kit!
The KLUTZ Maker Lab series is perfect for third graders and up. It features premium components, detailed step-by-step instructions, and a sense of humor to introduce varying topics like circuitry, building and engineering, kinetic machines, and more, in a fun, informal way with hands-on projects that encourage exploration and experimentation.
If you are looking for a gift for a girl or boy, the Klutz Maker Lab Circuit Games would bring the ultimate in excitement. For more information, please visit the website.
Amy W. says
My kids always loved these kinds of kits. The youngest still does. Klutz always has such awesome gift ideas.
Darla c says
Awesome way for teaching electricity. the board for the quiz show one is interesting.
What a great way to get kids to learn and have some fun!
Deanna Marissa says
We love playing educational games. This looks like a great fun for my kids.
Roxanne Williamson says
Love helping the kids build and lean at the same time. Loads of fun.
Janet W. says
This is a fantastic educational gift idea for my grandson who is in the gifted program at school!
Tiffany Schmidt says
I love finding fun games and ideas that are educational based, but still fun!