Looking for a fun and engaging way to teach your child aged 7-14 electronics but, don't know how? You HAVE to check out EEME's Monthly Projects Subscriptions. When you subscribe, you can teach your child as easily as logging onto a website and watching an informative and educational tutorial!
Company founder and concerned parent Jack Pien was fed up with the “learning toys” on the market. He decided to take a step in the STEM technology learning direction by bringing online lessons and monthly hands-on project kits to the public.
Currently, my 12 year old is working on EEME's Project Amp. Project Amp is specifically geared toward ages 10+. Let's take a look at Build 2! (See Build #1)
EEME Project Amp Build 2
For this build, my daughter learned how to wire up an audio jack by insulating the audio jack assembly and adding the circuit chip.
After checking through the project pieces, she uses a Wire Measuring Jig....
Next, wire cutting and stripping.....
Following the step by step video instruction, she wires up the audio jack
Next, comes insulating the audio jack assembly....
And then the best part - plugging in a MP3 device to see if the sound comes through the speaker. It does! It works!!
Along the way, my daughter learned about how sound is made plus voltage and current. What an awesome way to spend a very informative and gratifying 45 minutes! She can't wait for the next build in this Project Amp series!