Electro Dough

Electro Dough

Tech Will Save Us

techwillsaveus.com

Suitable for: 4+

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Create sculptures and scenes using dough, then bring them to life with light and sound.

Very simple and extremely fun way for children to get hands on with electronic components and for them to learn how electricity flows through a circuit.

Technology Will Save Us was founded by Bethany Koby & Daniel Hirschmann. Bethany is a mom, CEO, designer, educator and art director interested in creating brands, businesses and experiences that help imagining a more positive and collaborative future. Bethany has been selected as one of the Designer’s that Matter by Wired Magazine, one of the Top 50 Creative Leaders by Creative Review and has spoken at TED Kids, Resonate and Maker Faire, to name a few. Daniel is a dad, artist, educator and entrepreneur who uses technology as a vehicle for delivering human centred learning experiences.

 

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