Electricity Kit


$ 9.95 
SKU: 2018

Slinky Science Electricity Kit Mini Lab will teach your junior electrician about electricity by safely experimenting with conductors, a real working circuit board, wires, light bulbs and more for high-voltage excitement.

This mini lab provides safe, educational electrical fun that requires (4) AA alkaline batteries (not included) and includes a 48-page instruction booklet with over (10) experiments to learn about electricity, series, parallel and short circuits, switches, voltage, current, resistance and other concepts important for electricians and those working with electrical appliances. This electricity kit encourages hands-on educational scientific exploration and is a good introduction to electricity and electrical circuits.

The Slinky Science 2018 Electricity Kit includes a circuit board base, battery holder, brass strip, (2) light bulbs with holders, switch, (11) long wires, (11) short wires, (2) bulb holder clamps, Morse code switch, (22) washers, (33) brads, (2) resistors, plastic jar with lid, steel wool, (14) springs, 48-page manual and meets or exceeds ASTM F-963.

This Slinky Science Mini Lab is experiment number 153 of a series of science kits that combine elements of learning with fun to provide hours of educational entertainment. The POOF-Slinky 2018 Slinky Science Electricity Kit Mini Lab is recommended for children 8-years of age and older.

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