We received a sample
For the longest time my daughter was not interested in STEM at all. She hated math and science until this year. She now is really starting to get more and more excited about STEM. She took a small coding class at school and fell in love with it. On her Christmas list this year is a monthly subscription of something in the electronic field. I began searching for something for her at the same time this review came in. Thimble!
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Each box contains parts to build a fun device. Soldering and programming are involved.
Hands on Fun and Learning
Follow step-by-step tutorials that teach you how to build each project. No experience needed.
I guess it’s normal for kids to constantly shift their interests and to explore their curiosity. Which is why I’m going to take advantage of this current phase she is in. Thimble came to life so that children 13+ could learn how to build electronics through a monthly subscription box. Zoe is 10 and really looking forward to doing it with her dad. But we need to get a soldering gun/tool. We used to have one because my husband would put things together, but I didn’t realize he got rid of it. So once we have that we will be set, so yes this is for a little more experienced. Watch our quick thoughts on the box in this video:
In the past, Thimble has developed engaging kits for projects such as wifi-robots, LED cubes, alarm clocks, quadcopters, and more. Every single month your child can expect an exciting new project delivered to your door.
Once they have received their kit they can sign into Thimble’s Learning Platform to follow along with simple video instructions and code lessons. Kids can customize their projects to improve their skills and share their work with the rest of the private online community.
I think this is a great kit, it’s challenging and educational. Everything you need including a video tutorial is on-line, or comes in the box. Well except for a few tools that you might need. But the tools are very easy to find.