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Build your own renewable energy-powered robot with the
Build your own renewable energy-powered robot with the 4M Solar Robot Kit. Teach your kids about mechanics by building a real moving robot that runs on solar energy. No batteries are required. All you need to construct your new friend ...
INTERACTIVE CONSTELLATIONS: Interact with the planetarium to see
INTERACTIVE CONSTELLATIONS: Interact with the planetarium to see how the sky changes with months and seasons throughout the year! The planetarium projects real constellations so kids can learn about the different figures in the sky. STEM SCIENCE-BASED LEARNING: Give your ...
Kids make these tiny, totally adorable Mini Pom-Pom
Kids make these tiny, totally adorable Mini Pom-Pom Pets on the prongs of an everyday dinner fork. With step-by-step Klutz-clear instructions, even a yarn newbie will wind up a pom-pom professional. Kids follow the color-coded charts as they wrap, tie, ...
Get so clean you'll scream! Scientific Explorer Gross
Get so clean you'll scream! Scientific Explorer Gross Clean Science teaches junior scientists new ways to get frighteningly clean. Make 8 boric acid-free DIY soapy creations including soapy slime, a bubbly putty scrub, and monster bath jellies. For extra gooey ...
Engineer a challenging game with your family and
Engineer a challenging game with your family and friends! Connect all the wires and circuits laid out in the included manual to build a bird and tree frog rescue game to play on your own or with friends. It's great ...
Soaring spires, towering arches, fascinatingly complex curves and
Soaring spires, towering arches, fascinatingly complex curves and angles! Build your foundation in architectural design with this fascinating STEM experiment kit by Thames & Kosmos that explores the engineering principles behind planning and developing buildings and structures. Through model building ...
Meet Sammy. This cute little peanut butter and
Meet Sammy. This cute little peanut butter and jelly sandwich is actually a robot that teaches coding principles and skills to children in grades K-2. You don’t need a tablet, smartphone, or computer to program this robot; programs are created ...