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Squishy Circuits – The Easy Way to Learn Electronics
August 14, 2012, 8:27 am
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Squishy Circuits – The Easy Way to Learn Electronics:
Looking for a fun, easy way to learn about electronics? You’ve found it with the Squishy Circuits Kit (available in the Maker Shed.) Squishy Circuits were originally developed by the University of St. Thomas as a way to teach young children the basics of electricity. Using conductive and insulating play dough, you’ll be able to experience the fundamentals of making circuits, conductivity, resistance, and more in the most tangible way possible.

Join AnnMarie Thomas and Matt Schmidtbauer Wednesday at MakerCamp to find out more about Squishy Circuits. Also, be sure to check out the Maker Shed for a great deal this week on Squishy Circuits Kits!

Filed under: Education, Electronics, Maker Shed

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