Tenergy Geo Salt Water or Solar Powered Robot

Tenergy Geo Salt Water or Solar Powered Robot

Tenergy Geo Salt Water or Solar Powered Robot

I love it when my boys have fun while learning. That’s why I love the Tenergy Geo Salt Water or Solar Powered Robot. It’s a DIY build it yourself type toy. But at the same time it’s so much more. It isn’t only something my boys can build but they can play with it and learn at the same time. This is a very complete kit as you can see in the picture below.

It was easy to build for my 1o year old who decided it was going to be his as soon as he saw the box.

 

This is his second STEM toy from Tenergy Aaron has tried and loved. The first one was the Dynamo Lantern STEM Building Toy which he still loves. Once he started building this little robot it went fast. We really like that the instructions are easy to follow and understand. Once it’s done you have the option of either hooking up the solar panel or the panel to use salt water to run it.

If you follow me on Instagram then you have already seen it in action. If you aren’t following me here a look at it. However you really should follow me 😉


You can get this really cool little robot on Amazon.

Product Description

Experiment with Alternative Green Energy Sources (Salt Water/Solar): Geo Robot is powered by renewable energy (salt water, metal plates, charcoal, or direct sunlight), using a safer and non toxic power source.

Easy-to-Build STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) Kit: No screws or tools are needed to build Geo. Kids can easily build Geo in minutes by following the included detailed instructions.

Learn As They Play: Kids can learn how to use alternative green energy sources to power up Geo and see the robot zip away from their fingertips. Educational fun facts are also included in the instruction manual.

Hands-on Learning Experience: Allow children to interactively build a robot car using clearly labeled parts. It’s a great family project and puzzle all in one!

Recommended for Ages 8 and up: Product contains small parts, not for children under the age of 3.

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