A great Subversion as for traditional building blocks. Our Circuits Kit is a combination of electronic blocks and circuits designs.We connect the fan, FM radio, lights and other electronic components together.
Two Ways for Apart and Assembling
Children can use Hand Crank Generator or 3 AA Batteries (Sold separately) to create their circuit designs.
GAMZOO Circuits kit gives your kid a hands-on education in how electrical circuits work to run the everyday devices that they’re familiar with.
When using hand generating, children will experiment with electric switches, integrated circuits, digital circuits, fuses, and the transformation of circuit sounds into other sounds.
Easy, Fun Projects that Kids Learn While They Play
An educational and fun way to discover interest in your little kid’s Science, Technology, Engineering & Math.
This circuits kits toy comes with a complete instruction manual and project guide that helps you to guide your child through exploring over 600 experiments.
Assembly ways: Over 600 ways
Component count: 34PCS
Material: Environment ABS plastic
Color Box Size: 17″x12″x2″ (44x31x6cm)
Suggested age: 5 and up
What’s in the Box
Plastic snap-grid, 34 electrical components, and 1 project manual.
Components included: hand crank generator, lights, electric fans, flying saucer, FM radio, variable speed fan, conductor circuit tester. The Electronic Discovery Kit is with integrated circuits (chip) so kids can set it up to play music.
Small parts. Children under 5 years playing this circuits bricks should be guarded by parents.
- An educational and fun way to peak interest in your little one’s Science, Technology, Engineering & Math.
- Hundreds of assembly patterns to stimulate kids creative ability and strengthen ways of thinking.
- Material: 34 pcs Environment ABC Plastic guarantee a safe and happy game time for kids.
- LIGHTED FAN, SOUNDS, MOTION bring this project to life. All you need to do is to swing the hand generator.
- Circuits Kit provides for children ages 5+ with hands-on Generating kits and building models of working electrical circuits.