Electronics for kids: play with simple circuits and experiment with electricity

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Why does the light in your bedroom turn on when you flip a switch? How does a remote controlled car move? And how do the blinking lights on your TV and microwave work, anyway? The technology in your house may seem magical, but most of it wouldn't run without electricity.

Electronics for Kids demystifies electricity and teaches you to build awesome electronics projects, all on your own. First, you'll learn how circuits, voltage, and current work, and then you'll apply that knowledge in hands-on projects. Each part of the book focuses on different fundamental electronics concepts.

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Subject(s)Electronics, programming and control, Design and technology
Age11-14, 14-16
AuthorØyvind Nydal Dahl
Published2016
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Shelf ref. number621.381 DAH
ISBN978-1593277253
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