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Squishy and Snap(y)

Have you seen squishy circuits? IMG_4252 I hadn’t either until recently. So that purple stuff is conductive clay. The pinkish stuff is non-conductive clay. You put the + and the – charge from the battery into the conductive clay, add LED lights (in a parallel series) and then it lights up.

And then, you have snap circuits, which probably get their name because you snap them together. IMG_4259 Once you snap them together in the correct order and add the batteries, boom, it does things.

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