Circuit Scribe Ultimate Kit Review

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Circuit Scribe is the silver lining to enticing kids to embrace stem topics like electronics.

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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!

Circuit Scribe will give my niece hands on learning about Science.

I recently took one of my nieces to the local Science Center. One of the exhibits she enjoyed was the circuit board they had. This is the perfect thing to have at home to play with and enjoy!

Some children learn better with hands on experimenting and this is where Circuit Scribe comes in. This is also a great product for Home Schooling.

As an adult I even had fun with this. It’s very easy to use and I liked seeing my simple design light up. There are different kits you can buy:

Basic Kit • from $44.99

Maker Kit • $79.99

Ultimate Kit • $99.99

Circuit Scribe Pen • $19.99

Mini Kit • $9.99

For the purpose of my review I received the Ultimate Kit. The kit features 10 magnetic connection cables that allow kids to hook up paper circuits to programmable platforms like Arduino. With the Ultimate Kit, young scientists can make complex, robust circuits while still using our accessible Circuit Scribe technology. Blinker, buzzer, light sensor, NPN transistor and two DPDT switches are just a sampling of what’s in the ultimate box!

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  1. Cynthia C says:

    I like that it’s a safe and fun way that kids can learn about electricity.

  2. I love that it encourages science and math skills.

  3. amanda whitley says:

    i love that its great for learning and letting my kids gets to be creative.

  4. I like that it encourages creativity.

  5. I like that it teaches them about timed circuits.

  6. betty league says:

    This Maker Kit from Circuit would be perfect for my grands. It is hands on, interesting, and a learning project! thanks

  7. I love how unlimited the options seem to be with these kits! I think that it would greatly encourage the development of my child’s creativity along with teaching her about electricity.

  8. Emily Nelson says:

    I love the science and math skills that can be learned while having fun!

  9. Alison King says:

    I love that this is something fun that encourages STEM skills.

  10. Even Edison started somewhere & it probably wasn’t as safe as these kits! They really helps the children to learn and retain what they learn if they have fun while doing it.
    Thanks for sharing this scientific discovery for our children

  11. Renee Walters says:

    I love that it encourages children’s creativity.

  12. These are great kits. I love seeing kids get excited about science.

  13. I now have a great idea for a great grandson for Christmas. Interesting projects.

  14. I like that it comes with a Blinker, buzzer and light sensor. Sounds like f un!

  15. Jennifer Heintz says:

    I like that the kids can really interact and encourages learning while providing fun at the same time.

  16. Love the fact thats its hands on , not just learning from a computer.
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  17. I like that it encourages children in science.

  18. I love that it encourages STEM skills while having fun.

  19. I love that this would help my kids learn about inputs and outputs.

  20. I love that my engineer husband and my like minded son would really enjoy working on this together!

  21. Lissa Crane says:

    I love that my sons can learn in a fun way! My kiddo’s always learn the most by doing with hands on projects, so this would be perfect!

  22. My son would love to be able to look at the intricacies of this

  23. Brittney House says:

    I like that it gets you to be creative.

  24. Tech is where the future is. I like how this is a good intro for kids to learn.

  25. Jamie Williams says:

    I love that this will allow my daughter to learn and have fun at the same time.

  26. I like that it’s creative, educational and fun.

  27. I would love this for my creative projects.

  28. carol clark says:

    i like how it teaches them how things work and brings there creativty side out

  29. Bridget Combs says:

    I like that it’a a learning toy and my step son would love this!

  30. I love how they have managed to bring these complex ideas down to a level that can help a child understand. Awesome!

  31. vicki lorenz says:

    My grandson loves to experiment and tinker. He would love this!

  32. Mary Gardner says:

    My grandson would love this and I would love that he is learning while playing!

  33. Jennifer Galindo says:

    My kids go to a STEAM school. They would love this!

  34. I love that it encourages Thinking and creativity.

  35. Heidi Payton-Holstein says:

    My 13year old son is always setting up toggle switches and batteries and making little motors for his lego cars and making them go.

    this is right up his alley and the things that hes could learn farther..
    I love this!!

  36. susan smoaks says:

    i would love to use this to be more creative.

  37. Brenda Elsner says:

    I love that it offers learning and creativity!!

  38. Stephanie Liske says:

    I love that it helps teach science and technology to children.

  39. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I think this is a terrific way to get young kids interested in how things work. This would be a terrific gift for my granddaughter.

  40. Richard Hicks says:

    I think this is a terrific educaltional kit for the kids. Electronics is the future and great way to get them started.

  41. STEM is one of the most important things any youngster can be exposed to. I love that this is a creative way to get them to learn and understand about electricity and science. This is a great toy. I am always a little jealous that we didn’t have so many wonderful opportunities to do hands on learning when we were growing up.

  42. This looks like a LOT of fun for the entire family. While this will be for my granddaughter if I win, I hope she will play with me with it! LOL
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  43. Francine Anchondo says:

    I like that is it science related.

  44. I know my daughter would love to have this great learning product…

  45. I LOVE this, am a huge fan. Very impressed with how it takes something rather boring like circuitry and makes it rally fun! I would love for my daughter to have this.

  46. Jamie Redmond says:

    It is fun and educational! This is an amazing product I am super excited to learn exists .

  47. Jennifer H. says:

    I like how many things you can do with this!

  48. I like that it’s educational and it a good project for kids.

  49. Brandon Sparks says:

    My son would really love this. I love how much my son cold learn from this.

  50. Michelle Ward says:

    I love that this is educational and so cool. My three kids would all enjoy this.

  51. I love that kids can draw whatever they want and see it come to life!

  52. Janine Hwang says:

    I like ve that it’s educational

  53. Jessica Whitehouse says:

    I like that the kids can learn while being entertained. It’s smart fun.

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