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Creativity & Circuits

Sparkiverse offers the most fun and innovative after school STEM, STEAM, and tech classes in the Bay Area.  Creating with Circuits. Minecraft Challenges. Robots. Coding. And Game Design.  Also with summer camps in Palo Alto.

creativity + circuits


About THis CLASS

Students exploring in hands-on activities with circuits

Students exploring in hands-on activities with circuits

Who says you can’t mix art and technology? Welcome to the new world of drawing and crafting circuits.

No soldering. No breadboards.  And no complications. Now kids even as young as 1st graders can get introduced to electronics and circuitry - all in a safe and fun hands-on lab.

This class has the perfect blend of learning and creativity.  Students explore circuits and electricity through drawing with conductive ink.  By taking away the wires, soldering, and complicated fine motor skills of typical circuits, we can make the class very accessible to younger students.  Each class starts with a brief instruction about circuits and electricity, followed by self-exploration of how components come together to make a circuit.

We let your child’s imagination go wild - where they can make circuits on nearly anything.  Students work on light-up take-home projects where they get to stretch their creative brains using technology as their tool.  In other projects, kids attach motors, buzzers, and LEDs in hands-on construction projects - to see first hand how circuits work.


sneak peek inside this class

Take home activities include:

  • Light-up Starry Nights
  • UV Decoder Flashlight
  • Light-up Holiday cards
  • DIY Bug Bots
 

WHO WILL LOVE THIS class?

  • 1st through 3rd graders who love arts and imagination
  • Parents who love the STEAM approach to STEM - who want their kids to learn more about technology and how it works in a creative environment