Assemble the metal parts of the car and make it move with solar energy.
Assemble the no-solder components and discover 6 activities to make your own alarm. Includes real components (light sensor, buzzer, transistors etc.) and instructions illustrated in colour for the activities.
Why does a saline solution conduct electricity? How does a motor work? How does a light bulb turn on? What is the difference between a series circuit and a parallel circuit? How does an alarm work? How do you make a siren? 22 easy circuits, with no soldering required, to discover electricity.
Assemble the components on the board and produce over 50 electronic circuits: alarm, sound effects, digital screen. No-solder, no-danger components: LEDs, photosensitive, magnetic and touch-sensitive switches, transistors, resistors, loudspeaker, rotating light. Illustrated colour booklet.
These 14 models provide an introduction to, and help you understand, the basics of electricity. How do I assemble a circuit? What is the difference between a parallel circuit and a series circuit? How does a light bulb work? Instruction sheet with colour illustrations.
Create circuits and build 17 models: lighthouses, Ferris wheel, helicopter, and more. A kit to understand and discover the basics about electricity. More than 130 pieces required for circuits: rod, motor, battery box, connection wires, etc. Instruction sheet with colour illustrations.
Assemble the parts and build a robot powered by solar energy. 14 models can be built, including a car, a crab, a boxer and a boat. Illustrated colour instructions with assembly diagrams and fun activities.