Learning Resources helps children learn about circuits with Circuit Explorer range

Published on: 10th February 2021

Circuit Explorer takes learning about circuits off a flat board and into a 3D space-themed world.

The Circuit Explorer construction range helps children discover the basics of circuitry through play. When children line up the circuitry graphics on the pieces of this STEM construction toy range and snap them together in the correct order, the pieces power up. Children can build a rocket which lights up, a rover which not only lights up but also moves, as well as a deluxe space station which incorporates lights, motion and sound.

Each toy in the range includes robot and astronaut figurines, while the child-safe circuits enable kids to keep connecting on their own.

The range consists of three space-themed sets: the Circuit Explorer Rocket set enables children to build a rocket with light-up nose cone and nozzles, a space rover with light-up headlights and a landing pad with lights which change colour.



The Circuit Explorer Rover set allows children to build a power station with rover charger, free-wheeling space rover, powered space rover, and communication station with rotating radar dish.

The Circuit Explorer Deluxe Base Station set lets users construct a deluxe base station with towers and spinning diner sign, planetarium with colour-changing dome light, voice synthesizer station with 10 space sounds and both powered and freewheeling space rovers.

The range is aimed at children aged 6-10. For further information, visit



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