Amazing STEM Education, Electronic Art, and Circuit Prototyping Kits

What do you get kids with brains that want to make things work? You get them things to make their hands learn how to do it right? I love seeing kids play and learn at the same time. I had the opportunity to work with Circuit Scribe on such an amazing and really cool set. 


We received the Ultimate Kit and a Mini Kit for a review. These are the perfect gift kits. From the big prize size gift to the stocking stuffer size gift.

Here is a video from Circuit Scribe to show how easily is is to get the circuits in motion.



Mini Kit

This is the perfect stocking stuffer. Its' compact size makes creating so easy and individual. It's a mini pack not a set of mini circuits. The can be used alongside the big pack. It's a great addition to the big Ultimate Kit. 

The mini pen in this kit is smaller than the full sized pen but it's just as easy to use. I think it's really cool and any kid would love it. 



Kit Contains:
  • 5V coin cell holder (with one coin cell battery)
  • Slider
  • bi-LED
Additional Items:
  • Mini Conductive Ink Pen
  • Circuit Stencil
  • Mini Steel Sheet
  • Instruction booklet
These pieces are so easy to manipulate. They are nice for small learning hands to work with. The magnets are very strong and stay in place so easy. 
I have never really understood stuff like this so seeing it in action, I am about at the beginner level. I do pick up pretty quick. 



Kit Contains

Modules:
  • 9V Battery adapter with 9V battery
  • x4 Bi-LED
  • SPST Switch
  • NPN Transistor
  • 2-Pin Adapter with 5x resistors (100, 1k, 10k, 100k and 1M ohm), 2x capacitors (0.1uF, 1.0uF), and one photoresistor (10k ohms)
  • Potentiometer – 10k ohms
  • Blinker
  • Buzzer
  • RGB LED
  • Light Sensor
  • Motor
  • x10 Connectors
  • x2 DPDT Switch
Additional Items:
  • Conductive Ink Pen
  • Circuit Stencil
  • Jumper Sticker Sheet
  • Workbook
  • Steel sheet

Electronics are such a huge part of our lives. Everything we do nowadays has some type of electricity. This is a great way to show kids at an early age, how it really works. The kit instantly makes fully functioning electrical currents. It is so cool!!

Guess what!! A Giveaway! One of our awesome readers will get to receive a Maker Kit when we run the giveaway next week. November 7-21, be on the lookout for that :) That's a $79.99 value and would make a great gift for any kid 8 and up.  I am so excited. 

As if the giveaway wasn't enough, Circuit Scribe is also giving us a coupon code to pass along to all of you :) Use code AMY15, to save 15% off anything on the site at www.CircuitScribe.com  through the holidays.

You can find Circuit Scribe on social media and see what they have new going on Facebook and Twitter

I received this for free in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. If you have any questions about these products please feel free to email us directly at [email protected] or [email protected]

Amy & Aron's Real Life Reviews is constantly looking for companies and brands to show off their cool products. If you are a brand/company that would like to work with us or a reader that would like to see something showcased please feel free to let us know. 

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Have a great day!!

30 comments

  1. This sounds awesome. I have a grandson who is very interested in electronics. Based on your review, he would love this.

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  2. I'll have to look for more of this for my daughter.

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  3. My son loves playing with the circuits they have at thier school. He would love this!

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  4. I love how this teaches kids about circuits and stimulates their minds. A great idea and one that I will be giving as a gift.

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  5. My grandson recently gave me the lowdown on this electronic. Now I have a better understanding after watching the video. Pretty cool.

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  6. This is such a great gift idea, fun and educational. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. This would be great to have. I think it is very cool looking.

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  8. This looks like a fun time! Thanks for sharing.

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  9. My grandson already fixes and plays around with the motherboards on computers. I would love to give him this or something like it. He needs challenges like this! His teachers say his brain is always thinking & fast - that he gets bored easy! Plus today is his 17th birthday so I am really thinking of him today!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY Jared!!

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  10. This is such an amazing kit! Not only is it fun for kids and keeps them entertaining, but it's also such an amazing learning experience and tool.

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  11. My stepson would absolutely love this! He's been very into these science type things lately. Which is great, because he's learning :D

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  12. Kids' minds are like sponges, they soak up everything that they are interested in! I know my grandson would eat this up!

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  13. This is one of the coolest science toys I have ever seen! I know my grandchildren will be fascinated!

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  14. This is seriously going to be on my son's Christmas list. So cool!

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  15. This would be great to have. thank you for sharing. Would be a great Christmas gift.

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  16. My grandson would flip out over this - great share, thanks so much for the review. I'm definitely putting it on his wish list (for Santa, of course). ;)

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  17. The more I see this, the more fun it looks!

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  18. My sons are really into science and engineering, so this would be perfect for them. (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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  19. This is a homeschooling mom's fantasy. Need I say more?

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  20. Yep, looks even more fun today!~

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  21. My niece would love this!

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  22. Such a great STEM activity.Any excuse for my kids to learn :D

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  23. Mine sons love these type of things.

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  24. I always feel good about giving present which are both fun and educational.

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  25. Great kit to get the kids interested in electronics

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  26. This would make a great Christmas present! (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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  27. Great Christmas present.

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  28. This is the type of gift I like to give to young kids

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  29. This is such a great learning tool. Such a great thing for kids to be able to be entertained and learn at the same time.

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