Circuit Mania™ – the fun, exciting and engaging way for kids to learn about conductivity, circuits and LED lights.
Circuit Mania™ brings STEAM concepts into playtime for children ages 6+. These paper projects help cultivate a host of important skills: problem solving, trial and error, following instructions, and the basics of circuitry and conductivity.
Kids can choose their favorite activity or collect them all! It is ideal for any child looking to hang up some eye-catching paper projects around the room or parents searching for a way to mix arts and education.
The included step-by-step instructions walk anyone through the process of creating their very own light-up Circuit Mania project. Each pack includes two sheets of different colored paper with outlines, a battery, an LED, strips of conductive tape and a clip.
- STEM project for beginners
- Learn about circuits and conductivity
- Five different colorful paper template options
- Color-changing LED light
- Step-by-step instructions
- Fun and engaging learning activity for children 6+
- 2 Colored 5.5" x 8.5" Paper Drawings Battery
- LED Light
- Conductive Tape
Box Dimensions: 9" x 6" x .5"
Circuit Mania Flower Instructions
What you will need:
- Thumbtack or Pin
In the Box
- (2) Sheets of paper with Flower outlines
- (1) LED Light
- (3) Conductive Tape Strips
- (1) Paper Clip
- (1) Button Battery
- Step-by-Step Instructions
Follow the instructions step-by-step, carefully reading each line before moving onto the next step.
Step 1 – Cut out paper Flower templates
-Place the smaller cutout on top of the larger cutout, making sure the dotted circles on both cutouts are aligned.
Step 2 – Poke a small hole through both cutouts
Step 3 – Insert LED prongs through the small cutout
-Bend the longer positive (+) prong so it lays flat against the small cutout.
Step 4 – Apply conductive tape to small cutout
-Apply the conductive tape to the longer (+) LED prong vertically and secure the prong to the smaller paper cutout. Continue placing the tape down along the length of the flower stem.
-Cut off excess conductive tape.
Step 5 – Insert negative (-) prong through the larger cutout
-Bend the negative LED Prong so it lays flat against the back of the larger cutout.
Step 6 – Apply conductive tape to larger cutout
-Apply the conductive tape to the negative (-) prong vertically and secure the prong to the larger paper cutout but before reaching the bottom, make a right turn so the conductive tape makes an L shape and wrap it around to the front of the flower stem of the larger cutout.
-Make sure both conductive strips are touching.
-Cut off any excess conductive tape
Step 7 – Add paper clip and secure the battery
-Secure the battery to the paper cutouts, at the intersection of the two tapes, with the included paper clip.