Electro Dough Kit

Technology Will Save Us

twsu.co

Suitable for: 4yrs +

Play, learn and invent! Kids make their own sculptures with homemade dough and bring them to beeping, blinking life with LED eyes, buzzers and switches. A great way for kids to learn how circuits work while using their imaginations. Make cars, creatures, buildings, scenes — the creative possibilities are endless! The kit includes a recipe to make your own conductive and non-conductive dough using everyday household items, shape makers, circuits, LEDs, and battery power source. For fun projects, videos and resources, head to www.twsu.co/DIYElectrodough

Technology Will Save Us is one of the UK’s most exciting design-led, technology start-ups focused on learning. We are on a mission to provide families, educators and young people – of all ages, backgrounds and interests – new opportunities to learn and create using technology.
All of our products are vehicles for education that encourage everyone to make, play, code and invent with technology. Using everyday life as inspiration, our kits tap into the hobbies and passions that we love – music, gardening, cycling and gaming.
Everyone learns more when they care about what they are making.

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