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Can I borrow your pencil? It's time to make our very own circuit!
Today we are going to not only create a resistor using paper and pencil but also a circuit!
Here are the items you will need.
1. A number 2 pencil (Better if you get a 2B pencil from the art store)
2. A thick piece of paper
3. A single LED
Graphite is a pretty terrible electric conductor but it works well enough to do some cool stuff with paper. We can actually make a fully working circuit as well as a flashlight using the 3 items above. Check it out and let us know what you think!
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