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Build a Robot Games for Kids

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Robotic Arm Engineering Kit
Robotic Arm Engineering Kit
(Based on 3 reviews)
Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

Learn the basics of robotic engineering with this Dr. Toy award-winning robotic arm kit. Control five motors and five joints using the five-switch gearbox. It grips, moves its “wrist” up and down 120 degrees, extends its “elbow,” rotates, reaches, and lifts. Easy-to-follow, illustrated instructions pave the way for successful kit-building for budding mechanical engineers.


$54.95
$39.99
Tumbling Robot Kit
Tumbling Robot Kit
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

This tough little robot is easy to build in less than an hour, and just one motor powers three complex motions. His “angry” walk is giggle-worthy, but if he falls over, he’ll pick himself right up and keep on stomping. He can also dance and do somersaults. A huge hit at Tokyo’s massive International Robot Exhibition, this pint-size robot kit is a great introduction to gears and motors.

$34.95
Gyrobot - Gyroscopic Robot Kit
Gyrobot - Gyroscopic Robot Kit
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

Gyroscopes are used in countless devices, from smartphones, tablets, and video game controllers to airplanes and space telescopes. With this kit, young engineers can explore the astonishing powers of the gyroscope by building seven motorized models, including a robot that can balance on two linear wheels and move along a tightrope!


$45.95
14-in-1 Solar Robot Kit
14-in-1 Solar Robot Kit
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Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

There is more to this little robot than meets the eye! This solar-powered robot lets budding green energy pioneers and robotic engineers build a range of silly creatures and traveling vehicles. Sort all the kit parts into the labeled baggies to make each build a breeze. And then start by building the drive box, aka the robot’s “head.” Kids can build one robot and easily change to another, zipping from turtle-bots to boat-bots, slither-bots to zombie-bots. With two skill levels, builders begin with amusing creatures and then challenge themselves with more complex robotic forms.


$34.95
Remote-control Machines Kit
Remote-control Machines Kit
(Based on 4 reviews)
Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

Build your own motorized vehicles and machines and control them with a wireless remote control unit. A unique six button infrared remote allows you to control three different motors simultaneously, moving each of them forward or in reverse, with easy-to-activate touch sensors. The three motors can be combined to make complex vehicles and machines in numerous configurations limited only by your imagination.


$84.95
Jumperbot
Jumperbot
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Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

Jump right into the science of springs with the extraordinary Jumperbot. Using the easy-to-follow instructions, robotics enthusiasts can build seven different types of robots. By experimenting with the coil spring mechanism, you can see how the machine works, all while learning about elasticity, potential and kinetic energy, spring constants, cams, and linkages. Watch your creation crouch, coil, and leap. Make a car moved by spiral-shaped wheels, build a side-walking crab, and design your own whirl-a-gig to learn about force, physics, mass, and weight. As you work, you’ll learn how springs and linkages work in real machines. This kit comes with 100 building pieces and a 24-page instruction manual with step-by-step instructions.


$49.95