Saturday, April 11, 2015

Teach your kids electronics with EEME

What is EEME?

EEME makes hands-on projects and FREE online lessons to teach kids electronics - to foster their curiosity for how things work and prep them for the STEM opps of tomorrow.

Each project kit is paired with online curricula to not only show your family how to assemble the kit, but more importantly, teach them how it works.

We also have FREE interactive online lessons to teach your family the fundamentals of electronics.

Sign up for FREE at to access EEME's online lessons.

What EEME offers:

EEME offers monthly subscriptions for their electronics project kits. Each subscription will come with a new kit every month complete with all the electronic components needed to build a new project.
Each month's project builds on the previous month's knowledge and interactive quizzes, questions reinforce kids' understanding of the why's and the how's. Their goal is to provide a curricula that will teach kids the fundamentals of electronics, while fostering their curiosity and critical thinking skills.
You can check out prices of the monthly kits here.

What we received:

We were able to get the Project Genius Light kit ( 1st monthly kit). 

What we thought:

Monster and I sat down and worked together to do this kit. I felt this was a little hard for Monster as he needed help understanding which holes were the correct ones and making sure he did not place them in the wrong ones, but we worked together and completed the kit! Monster loved it in the end. He was very proud of himself. 

 I love that this company has videos that you use to put the kit together. They also have little questions they ask in between in the videos to get your child thinking. I also like that they use activities and lessons and break them up in smaller videos instead of one long video. Keeps the children interested. 

Another great thing about the kits is the material is reusable. So you are not using the material once and throwing it out. It comes with a little baggy you can put the pieces in when not in use! 

I think these kits are great for children who like working with their hands and like to build. I would suggest children who are at least 3rd grade and up use this project as it might be harder for smaller hands. 
Where can you find EEME?

Click HERE for a 25% offer. Expires in 2 weeks so hurry and get yours today! 
*we were sent a free kit in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are ours. 

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