4M Learning Toys Multipack - 2
4M Learning Toys Multipack has enough Science toys to learn few science concepts and build hands-on. The 4M Learning Toys Multipack has 4 toys in it.
4M – Kidzrobotix – Money Bank Robot The Money Bank Robot swallows up the coins feed to it with a snap of its jaw. A fun way of learning about money and savings with this Robot.
Excellent automatic money bank robot, you can place a coin on my arm and watch me eat your money!
Contains 1 set plastic part, motor, wires, 10 screws, terminal caps, gears and detailed instruction.
Also required but not included in the kit: a small crosshead screwdriver and 1 x AA battery.
4M – KIDZLABS – ROBOTIC HAND 4M KidzLabs – Robotic Hand : Build your own robotic hand with all the materials required provided in the box.
This educational science kit contains all the parts needed to create a functioning artificial hand. Pulling the attached cords causes the hand’s thumb and fingers to clench in a realistic gripping motion. It’s a cool science gadget.
Amaze your friends with its realistic gripping movements. Robotic Hand will grab your imagination.
4M – Green Science – Rover Robot 4M – Green Science – Rover Robot : This clever Rover Robot kit rolls along on solar power when the Sun is shining. It can also be powered by battery when there is no sunlight. Contains 1 Body, 1 Gearbox, 1 Rear wheel, 6 Join plugs, 2 Cranks, 1 Eye support, 1 Left arm, 1 Rear wheel support, 1 Right arm, 2 Large wheel, 1 Battery holder, 1 Solar panel holder, 1 Motor, 1 Battery cover, 1 Solar panel, 1 Support arm, 1 Gearbox cover, 1 Pair of wires, 2 Eyes, 5 Screws, 3 Terminal caps. Also required but not included with this kit: Small crosshead screwdriver, one 1.5 V AAA batteries.
It can be powered by battery when there is no sunlight.
Kids enjoy building the robot and assembling the solar kit and watching them work together.
Designed for fun, interactive indoor and outdoor play.
JOHNCO – THE SOLAR SYSTEM KIT Why Is It Called The “Solar” System?
There are many planetary systems like ours in the universe, with planets orbiting a host star. Our planetary system is named the “solar” system because our Sun is named Sol, after the Latin word for Sun, “solis,” and anything related to the Sun we call “solar.”
Our solar system consists of our star, the Sun, and everything bound to it by gravity — the planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, dwarf planets such as Pluto, dozens of moons and millions of asteroids, comets and meteoroids. Beyond our own solar system, we have discovered thousands of planetary systems orbiting other stars in the Milky Way.
This kit provides a hands-on lesson about how solar power drives a motor.
Recommended Age: Suitable age above 8 years old