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How Does Your Laptop Computer Work? Kit

Item #:LR1898
A simple way to explain basic computer components.
Teach Kids the Inner Workings of a Computer.
  • Fun way to teach kids the inner workings of a computer.
  • Slot-fit cardboard pieces fold into a laptop case.
  • Keyboard houses 6 removable components.
  • 12"L x 8"W x 1" deep.
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List Price: $19.99
Sale Price: $9.08 (Pack of 6)
You Save: 54%

A fun way to teach kids the inner workings of a computer. Slot-fit cardboard pieces fold into a laptop case. The keyboard houses 6 removable components. 12"L x 8"W x 1" deep.
General Information
Youngest Recommended Age5 YearsTime to Complete45 minutes
Quantity per Pack6Primary BrandS&S Worldwide
Instructions IncludedyesInstruction Language(s)English
Physical Characteristics
Batteries RequirednoAssembly Requiredno
AC Adapter Includedno
Ingredient & Materials Info
Allergen - Latexno
Safety and Regulatory Info
Safety Data Sheet (SDS)no
Packaging & Environmental Info
CE Markno


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Color-In Laptop and Parts

By Rebecca LaBarca, the LI business teacher

from Long Island, NY

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  • Easy To Use
  • Long Lasting
  • Stores Easily
  • Unique Project


  • Coloring Time Consuming
  • Drawings Inaccurate

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Comments about How Does Your Laptop Computer Work? Kit :

During the school year I am a HS business teacher and I often teach computer courses. I ordered the laptop project to test it out! I was very disappointed when I found that the 5 or 6 internal components were not true to life (for example: the "hard-drive" was made to look like a circuit board with lines and little squares all over). However, I discovered that this "defect" could be used to my advantage when using this project as a teaching tool! I decided to make a mock "webquest" project - I planned to send my students to various websites to find what a real hard-drive looks like and then draw it on the back of the predrawn model! I found it relatively easy to find pictures of RAM, hard-drive, microprocessor, and the other included components. Furthermore I could assign that the students write two facts about the purpose of each component on the inside of each cardboard foldup piece. I almost think that the "defective drawing design" is a good thing because we can send our students on the hunt for the correct design and have them replicate it!

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