Elenco Helps Teachers, Parents, and Students to Keep Learning Going

  • Snap Circuits® Student and Teacher Guides. Elenco Electronics, Inc.

    Snap Circuits® Student and Teacher Guides. Elenco Electronics, Inc.

 
Linda Kramer
Updated 3/24/2020 9:00 AM

To help teachers, parents, and students during these difficult times, Wheeling-based family business Elenco Electronics is making its Snap Circuits® Teacher and Student Guides available for a limited time to download for FREE on its website at www.elenco.com\e-learning.

The Coronavirus has caused major disruptions throughout the world. School districts across the country have rolled out e-learning platforms at an amazing and unprecedented speed. Elenco applauds all administrators, teachers, and staff for their tireless efforts to make e-learning a reality and to provide a continuity of education for America's students. Elenco supports all teachers and school districts who have worked hard and maintained an incredible commitment and dedication to student learning during this crisis.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The Snap Circuits® Teacher Guide is for use with the SC-100, 300, 500, and 750 sets, and includes quiz questions and lesson ideas. The Student Guide Junior is for use with the Snap Circuits Junior (SC-100) and includes quizzes to enhance and reinforce learning. The Classic Student Guide can be used with the SC-300, 500, or 750 sets and includes supplemental experiments, quizzes, and background information on the operation of specific components.

About Elenco: Family owned and operated for nearly 50 years, Elenco provides educational/STEM products to schools and consumers. The SNAP CIRCUITS® product line teaches kids to have fun learning electricity, engineering, circuitry and more. The SNAP CIRCUITS® brand has been endorsed by educators globally and used in schools, libraries, museums, after-school and homeschool programs, STEM and Maker programs, and at home.

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