Snap Circuits

Welcome to Snap Circuits 

Snap Circuits are a great way to get introduced to circuitry. Circuitry is what drives a lot of technology if not almost all of it.

To get started, do the following:

  1. Get a black suitcase from the shelf. Familiarize yourself with the contents of the case.
  2. For the love of all things small and expensive: DO NOT start taking out parts and leaving them everywhere. The center was clean when you got here- please pay this courtesy forward.
  3. Look through the 5 pages of Manual #1 below Projects 1 to 101- It is located on my top left drawer of the cabinet closest to the fire extinguisher It is Light Pink in color. 
  4. Complete as many of the circuits as you possibly can.
  5. All circuits must be broken down at the end of the class period and put away correctly.

SnapCircuits#1 1-101.pdf | Snap Circuits#2 102-305.pdf

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