This 8-in-1 Race Car kit from Laser Pegs Builder is for ultimate car enthusiasts.
Kids can strap in and build all the exciting models in this kit like the Rally Car, F1 Racer, Modified Racer, or the Land Speed to name a few. Kids can light up their creations to amp up the building experience.
There are 11 LEDs, 111 pieces, and batteries included, and this is compatible with other Major Construction Kits.
With the 3Doodler Start Robotics Pen Set, kids can engineer the future, the perfect toy set for a budding roboticist and engineer.
Kids can follow the step-by-step Activity Guide included to create simple robots, two-legged, four-legged, and six-legged walking or crawling robots.
This 3D printing pen and its creations are not hot to touch and use BPA-free plastic, making it completely safe for kids to use.
Each Set contains: Special edition 3Doodler Start 3D Printing Pen, motor and battery pack, themed Activity Guide with over 6 unique projects, themed DoodleBlocksTM for “drawing” your own mechanical parts, DoodleSheetsTM, 4 packs (96 strands) of 3Doodler Start Plastic in 8 colors, and Micro USB Charging Cable.
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