Light Up Pumpkin
Make a light up Lego pumpkin. Video example below.
LIGHT UP SOCK PUPPET
A sock puppet is always a fun project and adding LED lights and a tilt switch makes it even better. Make your own sock puppet with our Sock Puppet Kit, or use your own craft materials and the Light It or Project Pack boards.
Use the Shake It kit to make a turkey and figure out how to race it by modifying the legs.
LIGHT IT ROCKET SHIP
Use pipe cleaners to connect two LEDs with an on/off switch and a battery holder. The circuits are sized to snap on to LEGOS.
Quick tip - removing the fuzz off the pipe cleaners to expose the conductive metal!
COWBOY & CAMPFIRE
Mix and match circuits from Light It and Shake It kits! Use a LEGO brick as a breadboard. Place strips of copper tape down the middle and snap on a vibrating motor, LED and battery pack along with your favorite LEGO characters.
SHAKE IT ROBOT
Students new to circuits can create projects using the board itself. The holes at each corner can be used to place straws, markers or any other rigid material.
Experiment with mechanical logic by tinkering with the legs or weight. See if you can make your robot move forward, backward or spin around.
For classrooms or professional development. This name tag uses LEDs, battery holders, and ball chain. Use a laser cutter to cut and etch individual name tags.
Pop off the circuits from the Shake it kit to make your own vibrating critter. We used pipe cleaners, a cork, sewing pins and a little hot glue to attach the circuits.
Move the pins around so you can experiment with the critter's movement. See if you can make it break dance?
BLING OUT A FOLDER
Use Light it to bling out your school supplies! This folder was made with 1 LED, copper tape and a battery holder.
lectrify your holiday ornaments, cards or menorahs with Light it kits! Uses pipe cleaners, colored paper or LEGO bricks to create creative holiday projects this holiday season.
Valentine's Day Card
Add a little bling to a Valentine's Day card by using our Light it kit. In this example, we used a tilt switch as an input so the LED will only turn on when your Valentine opens their card!