littleBits Crawly Creature Hall of Fame Starter Kit

SKU: 680-0013

With the 2-in-1 Crawly Creature Kit, kids can create their own creeping, crawling, electronic pet. The hero invention is the Crawly Creature, which uses a servo motor to inch across the floor like a caterpillar. Kids can then transform the electronic building blocks in the kit to create a second invention: the Moving Collage.
  • 4 bits and 9 accessories
  • Ages 8+

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1 year: $6.99
2 year: $8.99
3 year: $11.99

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$39.99
Children playing with Crawly Creature Hall of Fame Starter Kit.

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With the Crawly Creature Hall of Fame Kit, kids can create their own creeping, crawling, electronic pet. The hero invention is the Crawly Creature, which uses a servo motor to inch across the floor like a caterpillar. Kids can then remix the electronic building blocks in the kit to create a second invention: the Moving Collage. This interactive poster empowers kids to get silly and creative, using craft materials and magazine cut-outs to make a memorable piece of art. Once kids create the inventions in the box, it’s time to use their imaginations, combining all their Bits & kits to create brand-new inventions. Bits, accessories, and instructions included.

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