Light up your love with paper circuits this Valentine’s Day—no soldering required! Create a sure-to-impress flashing birthday card or design a light-up Christmas card—all with paper circuits! In this activity, students are guided through the process to create simple paper circuitry using only copper tape, a coin cell battery, a light-emitting diode (LED) and small electronic components such as a LilyPad Button Board. Making light-up greeting cards with paper circuitry is great way to teach the basics of how circuits function while giving students an outlet to express their artistic creativity.
In this activity, students will practice planning a date. Students will also familiarize themselves with how they participate in certain holidays and events.
Students will learn what expressions and phrases are used when they want to make a guess. Then, they will discuss about the Korean New Year's, including what they do, eat, and wear. Students will also compare and contrast different New Year's traditions among different culture.