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Go Motor Pack (Tinker Tiles)$29.00
Everything you need to make multiple creations zoom – a motor, fan, switch and battery box! This “lite” version of Tinker Tiles is a great starter set. Get it for the extra battery box and tiles or use it as a trial to see how you might like this product.
Tinker Tiles can be screwed, glued, hotglued, blu-tacked, sewn, taped and rubberbanded to most places. This set doesn’t have instructions but you can download our free eBook here for some ideas. We suggest searching for projects that use a motor and battery. Some ideas are: art spinner, scribble bot, recycled bottle car, fruit tray boat and handheld fan.
Tinker Tiles are PCB (Printed Circuit Boards) with one electronic component soldered onto it. We use modern “real” electronics – for example LEDs and resistors, rather than old-fashioned lightbulbs. Our Tiles are fairly durable but not made for very little kids – this is something for the big kids – all the way up to teens.
Update 12 Nov 2020: Sorry we have no more available for 2020. We make batches of kits ourselves and have limited stocks. Stocks on other kits are low so make sure you order asap to avoid disappointment. Thanks for your support!
The Doodle Noodle Drawbot (Tinker Tiles Kit)$39.00
It doodles. It noodles. It draws! Your child makes the circuit and assembles a Drawbot in this fun STEM kit. Once made, it’s time to experiment with angles and the included teardrop weight to get their Drawbot to go in straight lines, circles or wobble. A fun introduction to some maths and physics ideas for ages 9+ (or younger if you’re willing to help with rubber bands and screws!)
Wooden Christmas Sparkle Tree Kit for Kids, Teens and Adults$49.00
Make a long-lasting beautiful little wooden tree that can sit on your table looking gorgeous. Paint it a different colour every year to match the decorations. A STEM project that teens and adults enjoy making and brings cheer all year. Recommended for ages 11+
Wooden Marshmallow Launcher Kit for Kids and Teens$49.00
Why not learn physics the fun way by launching marshmallows? Build the kit, wire up the battery, switch and motors and then, it’s time to experiment! Try different angles to change your trajectory, distance and speed. See how far and how high you can get your marshmallows to fly!