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Build your own Robotic Hand and DIY Macramé Keychain | June Standard Art and Science Combination Kit | Age 8+

$34.95
Build your own Robotic Hand and DIY Macramé Keychain | June Standard Art and Science Combination Kit | Age 8+

Build your own Robotic Hand and DIY Macramé Keychain | June Standard Art and Science Combination Kit | Age 8+

$34.95
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This kit contains One Science and One Art & Craft learning activities every child would loves: 

  1. BUILD YOUR OWN ROBOTIC HAND:  Let your children build their own robotic human hand and amaze their friends with its realistic gripping movements. Robot hand will grab their imagination! Use schematic instructions to construct the hand and realise it's motor functions in the process. The Robotic Hand Kit contains everything your child needs to make their own Robotic Model of the Human Hand. Using strings and pull rings, they can have the Robotic Hand curl its fingers and mimic their own hand. Great beginner set for children interested in robotics and mechanics.
  2. MAKE YOUR OWN MACRAMÉ KEYCHAIN: We all know how much kids love keychains. They hang them with pride on their school bag, sports bag or any kind of backpack they own! Especially an adorable DIY version that doesn’t take long to make, uses kids friendly material, and can be as simple or as fancy as you want it to be? This project allows your child to make a few designs and get inspired by the macramé art form. All material is included along with well-written instructions including step-by-step video tutorial. Take advantage of this opportunity and get your child to start the next viral trend after the 'loom bands'.

All together TWO activities are perfectly balanced between Science, Art and Crafts. Designed by educationalists, the benefits of 'learning by doing' is hard to let go.