Circuit Scribe for Educators

We love seeing project based learning take hold as a mainstream approach to teaching all subjects! Circuit Scribe fits right into a PBL plan for classrooms and school makerspaces.

Use Circuit Scribe to Teach:

  • Electronics
  • STEM and STEAM
  • Project based learning in language arts
  • Art projects

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Add light and motion to any project!

Sparking Curiosity and Making Learning Fun

Circuit Scribe can be used by all grade levels with projects that grow more complex as students get older.
(College students and businesses even use it for prototyping circuit design!)

All of our kits are suitable for classroom use, but these three are our most popular educational packages.

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Intro Classroom Kit

Intro Classroom Kit is the perfect way to introduce electronics to your classroom or makerspace.

Includes basic components for a classroom of 25, or double that if students work in groups.

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Everything Classroom Kit

Bring electronics exploration alive with this kit complete with more than 300 electronic modules and, of course, conductive ink pens.

Can serve classes of 25 or double that if students work in groups. While the Intro Classroom Kit contains basic components, this kit is chock full of modules for classroom groups, including motors, potentiometers, buzzers, and more.

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Developer Kit

This single kit contains almost 40 modules and other accessories to get budding engineers up and running.

This kit is an affordable way to get Circuit Scribe into your classroom, but be sure to order extra pens.

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Lesson Plans

The Projects & Lesson Plans section of our website includes lesson plans for a variety of projects for elementary, middle school, high school, and beyond.

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This circuit investigates Ohm’s law

Classroom & Community Platform

Anyone who uses Circuit Scribe has access to our community platform. Post your own projects or manage a classroom of students creating their own projects. (Privacy and accessibility compliance is built in.)
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