Monday, November 14, 2016

Kids will love Circuit Scribe! #review #giveaway #MBPHGG16



Aiden was excited to learn about this fun activity.  He is 8 and just getting interested in this electronic fun and he leaves mom in the dust.  He received the Basic kit and a Mini kit.  These are great stocking stuffers for your little guys.  These kits have everything you need in one convenient package. Get started with a pen, modules, and an easy to follow instructional booklet.  Aiden can't wait to take these to the beach next week so his older cousins can help him with it and draw circuits with him.   I think once he is familiar with everything he can do with Circuit Scribe he is going to get lots of use out of these fun kits.  



Ready to try these out.

Basic Kit

Everything you need

The mini kit is perfect to tuck into a stocking

                    
                                                                    All you need is included


Aiden checking out what is in the Basic kit

Easy to read instructions

Figuring it out

He was excited to hook these together


Let your creativity merge with science as you build exciting circuits using our Circuit Scribe conductive ink pen, sweet magnetic modules, and plain old printer paper. By placing the paper over a steel sheet, included in every kit, your paper become the base for blinking lights, beeping buzzers, and whirling motors.

Just about everything you touch during the day involves electronics – turning on the lamp, microwaving popcorn or driving the car! If you peered deep inside any electronic appliance you’d discover they all start with a single circuit, linked to another and another. A new company, Circuit Scribe, has invented a remarkable pen that writes with conductive silver ink to create a working circuit. Now novice third graders and experienced high schoolers can have fun with circuitry and electronics in a totally new way. All they need is a piece of paper and a Circuit Scribe pen! 

Imagine sitting in study hall and creating a paper city. Students can now build and light up houses, create a pressure sensitive driveway or a street lamp circuit! Science, technology, engineering and math all combine as youngsters draw lines with their easy-to-use Circuit Scribe! 

As their website and online store, www.CircuitScribe.com, explains, “our non-toxic silver ink makes creating circuits as easy as doodling.” With a range of kits and bundles to choose from, holiday giving this year can ramp up from ho-ho-ho to OMG whoa!

Circuit Scribe can write on anything that a typical rollerball pen can. Printer paper, construction paper, cardstock and photo paper all work. Families have fun experimenting with different mediums! Based on anecdotes from Circuit Scribe scientists, photo paper performs the best because the ink is able to form a continuous film on the smooth surface.


Want it?  Buy it!
Head on over to Circuit Scribe and check out all they have for your children from 3rd grade to High School.  You can also connect with them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


Want it?  Win it!
One lucky reader will win a Maker Kit from Circuit Scribe.  Giveaway is open to US residents, 18 & older. Just use the RC entry form below to enter for your chance to win! MBP is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Please see our policies for details.

Special thanks to my friends from Circuit Scribe for allowing Aiden to check this out and for offering this awesome giveaway for our Holiday Gift Guide.  It was a pleasure to work with you.







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16 comments:

  1. I think my son would LOVE this! Thanks for giving me a great idea for Christmas!

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  2. I think my sons will make blinking lights with this.

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  3. I think we would make some sort of decoration with lights.

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  4. I would give this to my son for Christmas because he's the creative one!

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  5. My children and I will make a light circuit. This an awesome activity to combine my daughter's LOVE of drawing and my son's love of science. I'm sure we'd have quite the artwork of a circuit :)

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  6. I would love to make some fun decorations with lights! Thanks for the chance! Our kids would love this!

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  7. I would like to make a flashing tree topper using this. I would love to win this for my nephew who like these fun toys... would be great fun to work together with him on this.

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  8. My 8yo would love this. He would use it to decorate for Christmas.

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  9. I nave no clue at this moment maybe give it to my graandson

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  10. I don't know what we'll make, but we'll definitely going to experiment.

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  11. This is one of the coolest and most educational toy which promotes STEM (science, technology, engineering, maths) in a fun way. Its nice that we can make kids learn while having fun playing.

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  12. Twila

    not sure. I'll let the kids decide

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  13. My granddaughters will try to make a castle and light it up.

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  14. Hoping to win the giveaway for my nephew. Fingers Crossed. Thanks

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  15. My son will figure out very quickly what he wants to make with it!

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