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David Erik Nelson is a freelance writer and former high school teacher. He developed the projects in this book at an alternative school, with plenty of feedback from his students. His fiction has been nominated for a Nebula award, and has appeared in Asimov's, The Best of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, and the forthcoming Steampunk Reloaded anthology. Nelson is a co-creator and frequent contributor to Poor Mojo's Giant Squid (www.squid.poormojo.org), now in its 10th year of weekly publication.
Along the way kids will get skills and learn how things work.
David Erik Nelson has written and amazing book for kids of all ages to do great projects with their parents, older siblings or even grandparents.
There is a basic switch box project in it that teaches the beginning of electronic circuits to make a box that has lights and sound.
Lots of fun projects to do with your kids. None of the projects in the book are overly complicated for you and your kids.Published 7 months ago by J. Johnson
As a musician and diy electronic enthusiast, I found several projects in this book to work on. The directions are very clear with plenty of pictures to help you along the way. Read morePublished 16 months ago by joey joe jo yo yo
My son and I will soon be trying some of these products. They seem simple enough for beginners like us.Published 17 months ago by FrijolesMang
Yes, these are some fun and cool projects to make with your kids. But there seems to be quite a few musical instrument projects. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Grant Fritchey
I got this book to use with my grandchildren, who love science and experiments, but the projects were too simple and uninteresting. Read morePublished 22 months ago by N Lester
Book arrived quickly and came in great condition. There isn't much else I can ask for. I bought this as a present as Christmas present for my little brother and he lovess it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by C
The book is called Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred: Seriously Geeky Stuff to Make with Your Kids.
And honestly, there is little more to be said than that. Read more
I should have realized from the title that this really isn't for younger kids - my 4 and 6 year olds are still too young for this - though they would enjoy some of the products if... Read morePublished on June 19, 2012 by MagicSkip