Cambridge Brainbox has been producing educational electronics kits for over five years.
The kits are designed around the Science National Curriculum so are very suitable for use in schools or the home.
All the parts are mounted on brightly coloured modules, which fit together with simple press studs on the baseboard.
Circuits are formed in stragith lines making it simple to follow the flow of electricity around the circuit. If mistakes are made during the construction, it only takes seconds to rebuild the circuit.
All the parts are colour coded and numbered so children of all abilities can build and enjoy the circuits. Kits are available for age ranges from 8 - 14yrs old. With adult supervision, some can be used with younger children.
A manual is provided containing plenty of detail on how to build the circuits and about how they work. National Curriculum worksheets are included, as are notes for parents and teachers.
New kits are added to the range on a regular basis and products are updated to reflect changes to the National Curriculum.
Full details of the range can be found on the website along with pictures and videos of the kits.