Here is information to look over including advanced topics. There is a lot of information on the web that is very useful, but there is also a lot of complicated physics that you do not have to understand to get your projects working.

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If your feel TinkerCad Circuits is not enough for you, you can get your own starter Arduino Kits and other hardware on the following websites: Adafruit, Sparkfun, and Tinkersphere.


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Light Sensor Explanation




How to Read Resistor Values

Schematic Symbols

Electric Circuit Lessons

More Example Projects

Lesson One: System Design
Lesson Two: Basic Circuitry Knowledge
Lesson Three: Electronics Tools
Lesson Four: Lighting an LED
Lesson Five: Tilt Switch
Lesson Six: Photoresistor and LED
Lesson Seven: Button with Piezo Speaker
Lesson Eight: Dimming an LED
Lesson Nine: Button Input for LED
Lesson Ten: Ultrasonic Sensor Alarm
Further Resources