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These DIY circuit kits are perfect for aspiring engineers

Embrace your inner engineer while you merge your creativity with science.
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It should come as no surprise that some of the best careers of both today and tomorrow can be found within the increasingly important and lucrative field of engineering science. But you don't need to be on-track to become a professional engineering guru to start learning about what this fascinating field has to offer.

These Circuit Scribe: DIY Circuit Kits will introduce you to both basic and more advanced circuitry concepts so you can start building exciting DIY projects from scratch, and they're available starting at just $33—over 40 percent off.

Equally enjoyable for kids and adults who are interested in entering the world of engineering science, these circuit kits allow you to merge your creativity with science.

You can opt for the Basic, Super, or Ultra Kit—each of which will teach you how to build circuits using everything from conductive ink pens and magnetic modules to printer paper.

Each kit comes with everything you need in order to complete each project, and you'll be able to track your progress and gain inspiration for new gadgets with the included workbook.

Join the engineering revolution the fun way with these Circuit Scribe: DIY Circuit Kits while they're available starting at just $33—over 40 percent off their usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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