I signed Kasey up for a TinkerCrate, it's a monthly subscription for kids interested in Science and Engineering. Since Kasey's dad is an engineer and I love computers, I thought it would be a great thing for him to start doing. It's $20 a month to have a box delivered to him with a different project every month.
This month's box was a Spin Art kit, complete with everything to build the kit. Plus a little electronic breadboard with resisters. I had as much fun with it as Kasey did.
He had no idea I had ordered it for him! Here's what it looked like when he opened up the box. Everything was in really nice neat organized bags.
This is the blueprint -- how to put it all together.
Here's some creations we made today. I'm definitely glad I subscribed to this and looking forward to more boxes! I know Kasey and I will have a blast with them.
I could also see where we could use these for science experiment projects at school.
I did a Periscope Video on Twitter of one of our creations if you want to check it out.