Electronics mini projects are small-scale projects that are oftentimes completed by students to learn a specific electrical or electronic property. These projects are generally recommended by electronics educators and they have an important way of teaching some basic lessons that anybody going into the field of electronics will need to know.
An electronics mini project allows students to learn electronics from the ground up. They generally involve creating a very simple type of circuit that performs a very specific function. Quite often, however, those simple circuits incorporate the same components, designs and functionalities that are used in larger scale applications, just not at the same level of complexity. Essentially, an electronic mini project has the same function as teaching a mason how to build a brick wall by showing them how to properly lay a single brick. Each small component and each small project invariably gives the student – or the hobbyist – the requisite knowledge that they will need to understand larger scale projects and devices.