These are electronic component plushies – The Circuit Playground plushies are here!

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Here are the Circuit Playground plushies, we have a lot of things planned with the cute components, from teaching “props” to special projects to puppet versions for our upcoming kid’s show. Most of all we know it’s hard to figure exactly what will spark a young mind on to the journey towards science, technology, engineering, art, math and more – we wish we had these when were young 🙂 We’re waiting on the blue LED ones to arrive in a week or so (Billie) she’s always late, but shows up dressed to glow 🙂


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  1. These are so cute!

  2. They are really adorable and I wasnt all of them, but why is there not an inductor. I always feel bad for the poor inductor, nobody ever loves it.

  3. You’re great!!

  4. When can we expect a circuit board blanket?

  5. I totally agree, a circuit board blanket would be amazing. In adult bed sizes 😉 Haaaa, amazing!

  6. Good idea Sam! There should totally be a ferrite-core wound inductor named Henry!

    And yes Ian B, I would totally buy a circuit board blanket!

  7. FINALLY a plush toy range for the geeks among us who anguish over the pointlessness of most soft toys. Well done you guys. 🙂

  8. Incredible!
    Where is the diode???!!!
    Hernán from Argentina…

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