Monday, November 21, 2016

Circuit Scribe STEM Learning is Fun Plus Discount Code and Giveaway


     Electronics is everywhere.  STEM learning is such a big thing. It is such a huge thing that the high school district I work for has a school that is dedicated completely to STEM learning. There is a new company that is making a remarkable pen that writes with conductive silver ink.  That silver ink can be use to make a working circuit. Children of all ages can have fun with circuitry and electronics in a completely different way. All they will need is a piece of paper and a Circuit Scribe pen. Check out this video to see how it works.




     The Circuit Scribe can write on anything that a typical roller ball pen can including printer paper, construction paper, card stock, and photo paper. According to Circuit Scribe scientists the photo paper performs best because of the continuous film on the smooth surface, but it can be fun to experiment on different mediums.

     I received the Ultimate kit and the mini kit.  I really like that the kit includes the 9V battery that is needed.  I also really like the workbook & sketchbook.  It has 25 pages of lessons and space to doodle. It is great for getting started and getting ideas.  I will be honest I really don't know much about this stuff.  But my son is interested and even more so his friend is really into STEM and coding.  His birthday is coming up and I really think this may be a great gift for him.  The set comes with all you need and it seems that you can eve use multiple sets to do something even bigger.  I like the mini kit is perfect for on the go.  So a kid can really investigate and experiment anywhere.  The mini kit even comes with a battery as you can see.


     There are different kits from Circuit Scribe. There is the maker kit, the basic kit, and the ultimate kit.  They also have a mini kit that is perfect for a stocking stuffer or a Hanukkah gift. 


Discount Code“ARIZONA15”, which gives 15% off your order at Circuit Scribe and expires November 21, 2016



Win it:  One (1) Arizona Mama reader will receive a maker kit of their own. 

Enter in the Giveaway  Tools form below! This giveaway will be open until 12/5 at 11:59PM (MST).  Open to US.


Thank you to Circuit Scribe for the review and giveaway!! 

 I was provided the above mentioned products in order to provide a review. I was not compensated in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced. disclosure



21 comments:

  1. I learned An unopened pen has a shelf life of about a year.

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    1. Actually, the pens are neat as you can give them a good shake and they work awesome!

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  2. I learned that it teaches circuitry concepts from current flow to digital logic!

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  3. I would like to get my son the Ultimate kit!

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  4. I learned that this product exists! I saw something similar years ago, but nowhere near this neato.

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  5. I like that it comes with lessons and isn't just a free for all.

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  6. I learned the resistance of the ink is 0.5 to 10 ohms for a 1 cm line.

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  7. I like that you can build a model based on your prototype.

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  8. I love that it has varying resistance on the ink and that an unopened pen stays good for about a year. I love that it teaches kids about conductivity.

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  9. I learned that the ink is made up of silver and water

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  10. The ultimate kit looks neat! Thanks for the chance to win! :-)

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  11. I learned you can order extras of certain parts.

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  12. I learned you can order extra pens, accessories, or steel sheets.

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  13. I like the mini kit. Perfect for stocking stuffers.

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  14. I like the Ultimate Kit. I am sure my son would love it.

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  15. Like that the sets come with everything you need and it seems simple.

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  16. I like that it has everything and uses printer paper.

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  17. I love that the kit comes with everything that you need to get going and would make a great gift.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  18. I like that you can buy more pens for when you run out.

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  19. I like that they also have classroom kits.

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