Products in category “Educational Kits”
The Boe-Bot Robot Kit is an educational kit complete with parts and a textbook for building and programming your own Boe-Bot robot. No previous robotics, electronics, or programming experience is required.
Snap Circuits Jr. 100-in-1 includes over 30 plastic parts and over 100 sample projects. The snap-together electronic blocks are mounted on plastic pieces that can be used again and again to form many exciting and educational circuits.
Snap Circuits 300-in-1 includes over 55 plastic parts and over 300 sample projects. The snap-together electronic blocks are mounted on plastic pieces that can be used again and again to form many exciting and educational circuits.
Snap Circuits 500-in-1 includes over 65 plastic parts and over 500 sample projects. The snap-together electronic blocks are mounted on plastic pieces that can be used again and again to form many exciting and educational circuits.
The RC Snap Circuits Rover is a mobile, radio-controlled Snap Circuits platform. Build the 23 included projects and create many of your own circuits with the ample circuit-building space on top of this four-wheeled chassis. The included manual has projects that explore the fundamentals of circuit design and radio control.
If you’ve never soldered before but want to explore the world of robotics and electronics, this kit is for you! The kit includes diagonal cutters, a soldering iron, and lead-free solder.
If you have been thinking about getting your own mini sumo robot but were waiting for the right kit to come along, we might just have the one for you! No programming is necessary to get the Sumovore going: it has a sumo wrestling mode and a line following mode, and assembly is easy with the step-by-step instructions written just for beginners. This robot outperforms many other robots, even in its standard configuration, and there are options to expand on its basic capabilities.
The line-tracking mouse is an excellent, low-cost robot for someone who has previous soldering experience and would like to get started with robots. This kit features two independent gearboxes, two printed circuit boards, a plywood base, and a clear, mouse-shaped body.
This kit is a low-cost implementation of the common introductory robot that backs up and turns when it hears a sound or hits an obstacle. The kit is quite basic, but because the instructions do not provide soldering instructions, we recommend this kit for someone who has completed at least one previous soldering project.