littleBits Bubble Bot Hall of Fame Starter Kit

SKU: 680-0014

The 2-in-1 Bubble Bot Kit teaches kids how to build their own bubble blowing robot. Kids snap the electronic building blocks together, and use the included paper template to create an invention that lets them control how big their bubbles grow. From there, kids transform the Bits to create a second invention: The Fan of Fortune.

  • 4 bits and 5 accessories

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

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$39.99
Child playing with Bubble Bot Hall of Fame Starter Kit.

Meet the Kit

The Bubble Bot Hall of Fame Kit teaches kids how to build their own bubble blowing robot. Kids snap the electronic building blocks together, and use the included paper template to create an invention that lets them control how big their bubbles grow. The template is totally customizable, allowing kids to get creative. Is it a hot air balloon? Or maybe a pot-bellied pig blowing bubble gum! From there, kids remix the Bits to create a second invention: The Fan of Fortune. This game uses the fan Bit and a strategically placed arrow to peer into the future and answer any question kids ask. Bits, accessories, and instructions included.

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