Beginner Level 1 Circuit - Easy, Impressive, we provide links for all the items you need (cheap & they ship very quickly!). Fill your classroom with these cards of joy! DeLIGHT your children and their parents!
Light up your classroom (and your children’s faces) with this radiant Rudolph holiday card!
This step-by-step tutorial walks you through the process of making a greeting card where Rudolph's nose actually glows red!
This greeting card is constructed using various math and science principles including measurement, metric system and parallel circuits.
This tutorial is a great introduction to working with circuits. Once your students grasp this simple circuit card, let them loose! You’ll be amazed at the light up projects that they will make.
This card is perfect for use in a Maker Space or as a holiday or Christmas classroom project.
**DOWNLOAD EARLY! There are items you must purchase online to do this project!**
Included in this download:
*Materials list and specific links to order SMD LEDs quickly and easily
*Step-by-step tutorial with color photos
*Printable Rudolph card and circuit map
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