Real Circuits, No Soldering, All Fun!
Order pens as replacements to use in your Circuit Scribe kits. Draw on any surface a rollerball pen will write on. The Circuit Scribe conductive ink pen can draw 60-200 meters depending on writing surface and speed (60 meters on absorbent surfaces like a napkin, and 200+ meters on photo paper). Photo paper also has other benefits: you can erase ink by scratching a trace away, and you also get the highest conductivity on this surface (<2 ohms/cm). Soldering to the ink is possible - but tricky - and greatly depends on paper/surface type and solder type.
Circuit Scribe is an innovative way of teaching how electricity and electronics work. We’ve taken engineering from the chalkboard and given your child an immersive hands-on STEM experience. Out with the wires and soldering, and in with conductive ink pens and endless possibilities.
Using the silver ink pen, your child can draw connections between the electronic modules. Switch on the power and watch as their creations activate lights, buzzers, motors, and more. Step by step pages in the workbook will unlock the mysteries of the flow of electricity, and will make what was once complex now as approachable as picking up a pen and drawing. Each lesson also has a supplemental YouTube video for those who want to be guided all the way.