I have been meaning to learn about electronics for a few years now. When I first saw EEME I really wanted to try it out. I put it off since I was getting ready to have a baby. Now that the baby is a crazy toddler we are ready to try our hand at electronics projects from EEME.
Who is EEME? Here’s what they have to say:
EEME is a series of hands-on projects that teach 7 to 12 years old kids how to build the technology around them.
We all know that engineering and STEM are critical to the future of our kids. There is currently a huge skills gap, with hundreds of thousands of open engineering jobs and not nearly enough qualified candidates to fulfill it.
That’s where we come in. We want to start getting kids excited about engineering while they are young.
What’s in a typical EEME:
Here’s the breakdown of the components in the first month box which includes the battery pack, batteries, and holder for the breadboard.
What We like about EEME:
The videos were laid out very well and easy to follow which makes it great for kids and parents with no electronics experience.
Eldest- “We learned how a battery pack works. Then we learned about how to build a circuit. The BUS is a line of holes connected together but the top BUS is NOT connected to the bottom BUS.”
Princess- “I liked the genius light project. I learned about breadboards and circuits.”
Dad- “I liked that it was laid out really simply step-by-step which makes it very easy for anyone regardless of their experience level could do.”
What age is EEME geared for:
They list ages 7-12 on the EEME website but our almost 5 year old stopped by the kitchen table a few times to check things out. His curiosity was peaked and that is all we could hope for at this age. If you aren’t sure if EEME is for you then check out one of the many FREE lessons that EEME offers!
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