Crazy Circuits Classroom Set: Circuits 101
Teaching electronics can be a daunting task no matter what age or ability level you're working with. Theres choosing the various components, creating projects and activities, as well as the massive task of designing lesson plans and materials. The Circuits 101 Classroom line was designed as a complete classroom solution for teaching electronics. Not only do we give teachers a robust set of materials to use but we also provide the lesson plans, projects, activities, diagrams, and videos.
Circuits 101 Sets comes with anywhere from 4 to 25 student boxes filled with electronics parts and supplies. Teachers can easily hand out the boxes and use our free curriculum and resources to quickly and easily run lessons. Every Set comes with a Teacher Box which includes a full set of supplies as well as additional batteries, tape, and informational cards. Each student box is a complete set of supplies intended for one group of students. (We recommend groups of no more than three students.)
Our curriculum is always being updated and improved on. We've aligned our lessons to Common Core and NGSS standards for easy integration into any new or existing curriculum. In addition to lesson plans our curriculum also includes activity pages, assessments, diagrams, and videos for classroom use.
As with all Crazy Circuits Kits, our Classroom Sets require no soldering. Parts are connected in a brick based building environment via our special Maker Tape conductive tape. The only additional tools you'll need are scissors.
All Circuits 101 Sets Include
- One Teacher Box with extra materials (Not included in the Single Student Box)
- Free teacher approved curriculum, lesson plans, videos, and diagrams
- Maker Tape conductive tape
- Over 27 Parts including LEDs, buttons, switches, motor, transistor, and light sensor.
- Batteries included
- Durable plastic organizers
- Information cards for all our Crazy Circuits components.
Directions, Lesson Plans, and Videos
All resources are available for free in our online Project Database. Print off our lesson plans, evaluate our worksheets, and even try out our code.