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    Virtual electric circuits

    I've been looking for something suitable but so far not found what I want. Initially, it would just be the ability to connect up cells, switches, lights. An ammeter would be nice. Has anyone come across such a thing?

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    My immediate though was croclips but it doesn't look like it is around any longer. The only website I can locate is here INFORMATIZANDO: CREAR CIRCUITOS ELECTRICOS CON CROCLIPS (VERSIÓN 3.5) but it's in Spanish or Portuguese.

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    I should have said it was for Year 6, so doesn't need to be too technical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lickydog View Post
    Had a quick look and it seems very interesting. Thanks.

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    Yenka is the new croc clips, we have it here. Its good (apparently - I haven't used it)

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    The phET simulations is exactly what I was looking for.

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    If you have access to iPADs theres a lot of circuit simulation apps

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