Introduce your child to the study of physics with the entertaining Solar Powered Rovers.

This kit will teach your child about solar power and energy transformation.

Using cool models to show physics principles in action, is exactly what this kit does!

It can be a lot of fun to figure out the physics phenomena that surround us every day. Even better is to put this understanding to use. Learn about energy from the sun and how a solar cell works.

The sunlight outside on a sunny day is enough to power the panel. Some indoor light sources are also enough. The solar panel will then generate enough power to drive the models in this kit.

The included workbook will also help you to build the Solar Rover, Compact Solar Car, Solar Racer, Solar Fan and a Sun Bot.

This box is jam-packed with goodies to build your Solar Powered Rovers:

  • 16-page, full-colour workbook
  • Short anchor pin
  • Two-to-one converter
  • 90-degree converter X
  • 1-hole connector
  • String connector, black
  • String connector, grey
  • 3-hole dual rod
  • 5-hole rod
  • Bamboo dowel, 90mm
  • Bamboo dowel, 150mm
  • Retaining ring
  • Bushing
  • Hook connector, U shape
  • Bridge connector, H shape
  • 150-degree connector
  • Wheel
  • Mini-gear, 10-teeth
  • Mini-gear, 20-teeth
  • Mini-gear, 30-teeth
  • Solar cell (1V) and motor set
  • Tripod connector
  • Motor housing
  • Die-cut plastic sheet of panels
  • Sandpaper
  • Part separator tool

Recommended for ages 8 and up. 

This awesome kit was also the winner of the coveted GOLD medal in the STEM category at the 2020 Independent Toy Awards.

With hours of fun and learning inside, it's easy to understand why the Solar Powered Rovers kit is an award-winner!

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