Although there are multitudes of textbooks, videos, etc. for learning about physics and electronics — and these resources are undoubtedly beneficial — students learn and retain more information when they learn by doing (i.e., experiential learning). While studying textbooks and equations is necessary and important, educational lab kits can spice things up for your students and help to break the monotony . . . they may even instill your students with a previously unknown passion for science. Children and teenagers need to know just how fun science can be.

Think of educational lab kits as practical toys. While they’re fun to put together and entirely different from studying the text before a pre-test, educational lab kits teach the principles of physics and electronics in a hands-on and thorough manner. These types of kits will engage and entertain students and, while they can be challenging, they aren’t difficult for you to design or for your students to assemble.

You can design your own lab kits — including components such as resistors, potentiometers, capacitors, semiconductors, and ICs — which can be used in a number of fields of study (viz., electrical engineering courses) with Circuit Specialists’ affordable educational lab kitting service. In four easy steps you can build your own customized lab kits. Because these educational lab kits are shipped quickly and come pre-packaged for easy distribution to students, you’ll save time and free up energy that can be better spent on the curriculum and getting students involved in science.

In addition to Circuit Specialists’ lab kitting service, we also carry a wide variety of other kits related to circuitry including audio, fiber optic, power supply, motor control, and game kits. These pre-assembled kits enable your students to learn more about circuits while building functional gadgets.

Should you have any questions regarding Circuit Specialists’ lab kitting service, you can email us at anytime at or you can give us a call at 1-800-528-1417 (extension 104).


George Leger has a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, worked in private industry pioneering surface-mount technology and in government research labs for twenty years, published several papers on surface-mount technology, co-authored papers published in national symposiums on accelerator technology, was past president of SMTA and an adjunct professor at the community college level, holds a patent, and is a certified microchip design partner, serving as a consultant to many companies developing electronic circuits.

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