About Snap Circuits Bric: Structures
Snap Circuits Bric: Structures brings fun and creativity into the world of electronics! Create your own 3-D structures and circuits using building blocks and snaps. Snap Circuits Bric: Structures is recommended for ages 8 and older. This kit is compatible with LEGO bricks.
Contains 236 pieces
Please refer to the parts layout map included in your kit
Recommended age: 8+ years old
- Adult supervision required
- Choking hazard – not suitable for under the age of 3
- Do not touch moving parts
- Do not connect to electrical outlets or attach extra power sources
- Do not leave circuit unattended
- Read pages 1 and 6 of the Instruction Manual for more information
- Take a look at the kit contents and make note of anything that is missing.
- Next, carefully read pages 1-7 of the Instruction Manual as it contains
- important safety and parts information.
- Start by placing the base grid on a flat surface.
- You will need a power source for every circuit you build. Your power
- source is the battery holder with three 1.5V AA batteries (included).
- Start building your circuit! Refer to pages 9-55 of the Instruction
- Manual for project ideas to get started.
If you are having issues with Snap Circuits Bric: Structures or have further questions, please visit these resources:
- Pages 1 and 7 of the Instruction Manual
- Product Manuals: https://www.elenco.com/manuals/
- Frequently Asked Questions: https://www.elenco.com/faqs/
- Elenco Contact Information: https://www.elenco.com/contact-us/
- Elenco and Snap Circuits Videos: https://www.elenco.com/our-videos/
- Project Gallery: https://www.elenco.com/showcase-gallery/
- Snap Circuits Designer App: https://www.elenco.com/snap-circuits-designer/
- Snap Circuits Certificate of Completion: https://www.elenco.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/certificatelinefinal-1.pdf
- Electronics for Kids by Øyvind Nydal Dahl
- Iggy Peck, Architect by Andrea Beaty
- The Invention Hunters Discover How Electricity Works by Korwin Briggs
Find these and more on samepagecbrl.bibliocommons.com
We’d love to hear from you! Please provide us with your feedback by filling out the feedback form included in your kit, or by filling in our online survey.
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