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Recommended for ages 8 to 14 years


Twenty exciting projects to help you learn about electricity, current, voltage, motors, LED's and more!

Explore the science of electricity in a fun, hands-on way by building 20 electric circuits and motorized devices. Conduct experiments to learn about many electrical components and physical science principles firsthand. From circuit to circuit, you can see for yourself the different effects the electric current has on the motor and the LED light. The innovative building system allows you to easily piece together the circuits by sliding the connectors together and then easily sliding them apart when it’s time to build the next circuit. After you have learned the basics of circuits, you can build five fun, motorized models that perform cool functions!


  • Conduct 15 experiments with simple electric circuits and their applications. 
  • Learn about electrical engineering, including circuits, conductivity, voltage, current, motors, LED’s, switches, batteries and more!
  • Build 5 motorized models and devices that use electric circuits to function, including a Movie zoetrope, Walking lion, Flapping bird, Electric car and Optical illusion. 
  • Includes 64 building pieces, including 2 battery holders, motor, LED, switch, resistor, 4 wires, 4 gears, 5 axles, 3 frames, 6 rods, 26 connectors and more, plus a 32-page, full-color manual.
  • Requires 2 AA batteries, which are available separately.
  • Package measures 11 x 10 x 3 inches (LxWxH).
  • Not suitable for children under age 3 years due to small parts!
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