Friday, October 21, 2016

Circuit Scribe Giveaway (Ends 11/4) US

With the holidays fast approaching I am going to be participating in a few more group giveaways.  I'm hoping that this will give my readers, that means you, the chance to win a little something extra to make Christmas giving a bit easier.

Check out the Applebee's Giveaway (Ends 11/2/16)!



Holly from I Like It Frantic is the host for this giveaway.  Here's what she had to say about this product:
Circuit Scribe allows yourself or children to get immersed in STEM. It's a great way to learn about circuitry and how it all works.  I got to test the Ultimate Maker Kit and even took video of my son turning on a light after drawing the circuits. 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 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 whoa!
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6 comments:

  1. wow. my niece is a math and science kid. I truly believe you should encourage your kids in stem of.they are.into it because understanding math and science help with reasoning and critical thinking skills they will use.all their lifw6

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  2. I think this would be great for motor skills also

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  3. STEM skills are essential for life - with these skills they can be anywhere they want to be.

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  4. My kids would love doing something like this - and it's education and fun.

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  5. Because STEM covers all aspects of learning.

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  6. I want my girls to know that science is fun.

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