Help your kid grow their STEM skills with this hands-on kit

Looking for fun STEM activities to try at home with your kids? Check out this DIY kit packed with 50 projects.

  • Encouraging an early interest in STEM can build a strong foundation for your child's math and science skills in the future.
  • The best way to teach them is with hands-on projects that are enjoyable to them.
  • Help your kid grow their skills with over 50 hands-on projects in this all-in-one STEM electronics kit.

Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are vital areas of learning for any student. Encouraging an early interest in these skills can help build a strong foundation for your child's future.

If you're looking for a way to help your young ones hone their skills at home, the Mand Labs Electronic Series DIY Kit features the essential STEM skills kids need to know. With virtual classes being the only option nowadays, this is a solid way to explore the world of electronics and robotics hands-on.

This kit includes over 50 experiential projects that dive into the fundamentals of electricity to the most advanced concepts—no previous experience required. All students will be able to pick up basic lessons on electricity such as voltage, current, resistance, Ohm's law, Kirchhoff Laws, and even how to use a digital multimeter.

As your kids near the end of the kit, they'll be able to develop real-world skills that can be applied to build useful projects. Instead of simply using technology, they'll be able to create it via an IR security alarm, H-Bridge (a motor driver circuit used in robotics), and so much more.

It's recommended for high schoolers, electrical engineering students, STEM educators, hobbyists, and homeschoolers, and the kit can be easily set up at home.

If you're looking for the perfect gift for your kids this holidays, look no further. Check out the Mand Labs Kit in action:

In total, each kit comes with two guidebooks, 70 step-by-step videos, a workstation, and a large breadboard with a carrying case. You can snag the standard kit for only $144.95.

Prices subject to change.

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