We are all about real life, hands-on learning in our home and the opportunity to learn about electronics with EEME was a great one for us! David and Caroline are in the process of building an amplifier from scratch. It is a six step process and today I’m going to share a bit from their first step.
EEME offers a number of different online lessons and hands-on project kids. This is the first part of the amplifier.
It took about an hour to do the first step. There is a lot of information when getting started such as learning about closed circuits and working with a breadboard to wire circuits. When they were done, the little red light turned on!
Once you complete a step, EEME ships the next package of materials to you. So we’re interested to see what the next step involves. I’ll be writing about each step of the way.
If you want to check out EEME and try Project Amp, you can use this link to get 50% off the first month.
We are receiving all of the Project Amp for free in exchange for writing about the product. All text and opinions are mine (and David and Caroline’s).
Categories: Science & Nature Study