After School STEM Series: Paper Circuits

Our paper circuit after school series teaches kids how to create paper circuit using principles of circuitry (electrical current, conductivity, polarity, switches, simple vs parallel circuits). Low-voltage electronic circuits are created on cardboard using conductive cooper tape, LEDs and a power source. Creating paper circuits is a good way to teach the basics of electricity and how circuits function. The series is not only is a fun way to bring artwork and paper craft with circuitry to life. Kids get to keep their projects at the end of each class.

No classes on 11/21 (school holiday camp).

Additional Notes

We get it life happens! If you signed up for a camp, workshop, class or playgroup and need to cancel it due to scheduling conflicts, email us at or call us at 415-660-5975. Below is our policy.

-More than 72 h notice: minus $35 administrative fee
-Less than 72 hr notice: no refund
A few things to note:
-Refund will be initiated through original payment method
-No refunds for sickness, emergency travel or partial attendance
-Special exceptions may be granted depending on the circumstances

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