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SparkFun electronics training for kids

Clive Maxfield
7/25/2011 03:51 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   7/25/2011 8:25:49 PM
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If this sort of thing had been available when I was a kid ... well, I would have been a very happy kid! :-)

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bryandodley   8/7/2014 10:07:04 AM
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Where can someone buy the The SparkFun Inventor's Kit? My kids love the educational manipulatives my wife bought for them at http://www.assessmentservices-edu.com/ and they will surely be interested to "explore the world of embedded electronics".

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Max The Magnificent   8/7/2014 2:40:28 PM
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@bryandodley: Where can someone buy the The SparkFun Inventor's Kit?

This is just an "off-the-top-of-my-head" suggestion, but have you tried SparkFun.com?

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