littleBits Space Rover Inventor Kit

SKU: 680-0021

Space is calling! Kids create their own out of this world invention for space exploration. An educational gift for every kid on your holiday list - especially space lovers and aspiring astronauts!

  • Specialty Toy of the Year Nominee
  • 15 bits, 19 accessories + templates and stickers for creative customization
  • 30+ activities and inventions for endless play!

SpheroCare Warranty
1 year: $13.99
2 year: $18.99
3 year: $27.99

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Price:
$200
Girl having fun playing with littleBits Space Rover invention.

Meet the Kit

The introductory Base Inventor Kit from littleBits includes everything creative kids need to turn their ideas into inventions! With a range of Bits that move, light up, and make noise, kids gain STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) skills by learning how technology is built. Over 12 activities in the free Inventor App guide kids through building fun inventions and then challenges kids to create their own. Through hands-on play, kids gain lifelong skills to become changemakers through invention.

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Invent App

Over 12 activities with step-by-step instructions and tutorials that guide kids through building and customizing fun inventions to improve their rooms, help their communities, or save the world. Note: Inventor App requires either iPhone (iOS 10.0 or later) or Android (5.0 or later) is required. Amazon devices are not compatible at this time.

littleBits Space Rover invention.

Online Instructions

You can find animated step-by-step instructions in the littleBits app, but just in case you don't have a phone or tablet, you can also find them online here.

What's in the Box

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