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E-Blox® Circuit Blox™ Student Set, 120 projects

Product Number: EBLCB-0781SS
Grades 3-5 Building on STEM ConceptsCurriculum addresses NGSS requirementsIncludes one Circuit Blox 120 productUse in classro...

Choking Hazard - Small Parts

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.




Grades 3-5 Building on STEM Concepts

Curriculum addresses NGSS requirements

Includes one Circuit Blox 120 product

Use in classroom or with virtual e-learning

79 page Teacher Guide with Curriculum Lessons, Quizzes and Quiz Answer sheet

Lesson 1 – Electricity & Circuits

Lesson 2 – Motors & Flying Saucers

Lesson 3 – Light

Lesson 4 – Sound

Lesson 5 – Switches

Lesson 6 – Telecommunication & FM Radio

Lesson 7 – Learning Parallel vs. Series Circuits

Winner of Creative Child Magazine Creative Play of the Year, Product of the Year for 2017, TillyWig Brain Child, and Purdue University Engineering and Design Award!

  • Great addition to any STEM program.
  • Online Curriculum Included.
  • Learn all about electricity, current and voltage.
  • Discover how lights, alarms, motors, switches and more work all while building fun projects.
  • Build a real working FM radio and listen to your favorite station.
  • Compatible with other building brick sets.
  • Build 120 different projects.
  • Contains 46 parts
  • Requires 3 "AA" batteries
  • Ages 8 and up.

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