If you can dream it,
you can build it.
Whether you're looking to learn robotics at home or teach your own robotics class, we've got what you need!
We get it. There are a lot of robotics kits out there. Why should you buy ours? Well, we put educational value, transparency, cost and support at the top of the list when it comes to designing our products. Purchase a kit and join our community of learners and teachers. You won't regret it!
Your Robot Shopping Guide
The Mini Tinker is designed for kids ages 6-10 to be used as basic tools to build tinker robots. These robots simply need motors and batteries to move! Robot builders will use their creativity and dexterity skills to build unique bots of their own while learning about circuits and mechanical concepts. This kit includes: motors, batteries, battery holders and a buzzer.
The Simple Robot Kit is designed as a continuation kit for the Mini Tinker Kit. Kids ages 6-10 use these basic tools to build their first robot that is controlled by a brain! Robot builders will use their creativity and dexterity skills to build unique bots of their own while learning about circuits, mechanical concepts and simple computer control. This kit includes: motors, batteries, battery holders and a motor controller.
Barnabas-Bot is a unique kit + curriculum where students learn about all the facets of robotics (electrical, mechanical, software). Students will design their own robot body, assemble it, wire it and program it. This kit is for the serious learner who wants to get a taste of what it takes to be a real robotics engineer. The skills you gain will be worth it! You'll need a computer for this one for the coding part. This kit includes: electrical parts, motors, 3-D printed parts, and a motor controller.
The Barnabas Racer is a continuation project for the Barnabas-Bot. This robot is a car that is able to think and act on its own. Students will be review concepts from Barnabas Bot (circuits, coding, mechanical build) and will also be introduced to sensors! This kit includes: electrical parts, continuous servo motors, a car chassis and a motor controller.
Did you ever wonder how all the little electrical pieces stay together in your cell phone? This project is for you! Our learn to solder kit gives kids a taste of soldering (fusing metal components together on an electrical board). This light up badge is a fun project for kids 10 and older. Soldering iron not included.