Electronics Exploration Camp Recap

Our first attempt at taking our Electronics Exploration camp offsite was a success! Last month, Kramden partnered with the City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation to offer an exciting week of camp for middle schoolers at the Chavis Center. Throughout the week campers learned about Ohm’s Law and general electrical engineering principles and were given the opportunity to build and modify multiple circuits. Students opened up some toy instruments to modify sounds and even permanently soldered together a project. At the end of the week, campers took home all of the parts for their circuit kits and all of their schematics.

Campers circuit bend a music toy to cause sounds and behavior not intended by the manufacturer.
Campers test their “dark detector” nightlight circuits.  
A student borrows two additional kits to create a super-circuit.

Kramden offers a wide range of classes and camps for individuals interested in gaining valuable hands-on technology experience. Visit https://kramden.org/education/ to learn more!