My kids have been obsessed with Snap Circuit kits since they were 4 years old. My oldest daughter (who is almost 9 years old) still plays with them regularly, especially this 3D Illumination kit! Rather than soldering circuits (which can be tricky and dangerous for kids), your kids build circuits by snapping pieces together! It is the best way for children to learn how circuits work (while building fun STEM projects.) Here are several kits that are currently on sale on Amazon… but run fast, because they always sell out!!!
1. Snap Circuits Beginner
The Snap Circuits Beginner kit is perfect for beginners and young engineers, but you may want to pick up one of the more advanced kits as well (for when you kids are ready for the next level up!)
2. Snap Circuits, Jr
The Snap Circuits, Jr kit is actually my top choice for a starter kit, because it has more projects than the Snap Circuits Beginner.
3. Snap Circuits 3D Illumination
The Snap Circuits 3D Illumination is the kit my kids grab for most often now. They LOVE how you can build circuits vertically and even upside down (rather than just horizontally).
Whichever kit you pick, you can’t go wrong! Here are some more hot Amazon deals to checkout too!
- BIG Preschool Workbook (PLUS, Kindergarten Workbook)
- Fly Swat Sight Word Game
- Melissa & Doug Sunny Patch Pretty Petals Sprinkler Toy
- Disney & Nickelodeon Electronic Readers for Kids
- Paint by Sticker Books
“Back to Basics” Camp for Kids
Wow! Can you believe that it is already week six of our virtual camps? We have done all of the following camp activities already!
- DIY Craft Camp
- Cooking Classes for Kids
- Science Experiments for Kids
- Kids Entrepreneurship
- World Traveler (Kids Geography Camp)
This week’s virtual camp theme is “Back to Basics.” I’m having so much fun teaching our kids important like skills, like how to fold a shirt, letter writing skills, how to make a budget and tons more! Don’t forget to join our Facebook group to see our live classes and follow us on Pinterest, so you won’t miss a thing! You definitely need to follow Hannah at Inspired Sparks too, because she is posting all kinds of awesome videos to teach kids about science, crafts and cooking.
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