Breadboard Guide Cards
The BreadBro Learning System uses small cards, about the size of a business card, that are placed on top of a breadboard. These cards contain graphic placement guides and punched holes, helping beginners learn how to use a breadboard and how to design and build electric circuits. These cards are provided with BreadBro Kits - but they're also free online if you want to make your own!
Although you can print a guide card on standard typing paper, you may want to use something more durable. You'll also need a 1/8" hole punch.
- Print out a guide card sheet.
- Cut out each guide card along its border.
- On the guide card, you'll see several colored circles. Using your hole punch, punch out each circle.
- Place the guide card over any breadboard or BreadBro and start building!
- You can use self-adhesive paper and a cereal box (or similar) to make your own sturdier cards. Print on the self adhesive paper, stick to cardboard, and then cut out each card.
- You can use packaging or other clear tape to increase the durability of your cards. After you've printed your cards, place tape over them before punching the holes.
- Paper cutters and lamination machines are your friends! All schools are 100% free to use the breadboard guide cards. Build thousands of them!