This guide contains information you will need to explore the 16 circuits exercises from the Sparkfun inventor's kit for Arduino users.
Explore the physical world of electrical circuits using Arduino which is an open source platform for physical computing design to make experimenting with electronics more intuitive and fun. Ages 8 to 14 require parental supervision during the class.
AGE GROUP: | Middle School | High School | Elementary School |
EVENT TYPE: | Workshop | STEM/STEAM | How-to |
TAGS: | Technology | STEAM | Maker |
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