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Power Engineering Kits for Kids

 

Wind Power 2.0 Kit
Wind Power 2.0 Kit
(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

Build wind-powered generators to energize your electric vehicles and charge your rechargeable batteries. The wind spins the turbine, which turns an electric generator, which in turn charges your rechargeable AA batteries (not included). You can then use those wind-charged batteries to power the model vehicles you build with our kit. The six models include a glider, sail car, jet car, tractor, racecar, and tricycle.


$45.95
Air+Water Power Kit
Air+Water Power Kit
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Kids/Toys and Games/All Toys

Build your own models powered by air and water pressure to learn about the laws of physics. This unique kit allows you to build two different air-and-water-powered systems: water-jet propelled cars and hydro-pneumo powered engines (which simply means air pressure and water pressure). The hydro-pneumo system uses a self-contained air-and-water turbine system as a motor.


$45.95
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