6-in-1 Educational Solar Kit

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Mini Solar building kits teach children the benefits of solar energy while they create a toy that is both fun to play with and requires no batteries. Newest member of this popular line is the 6 in 1 Educational Solar Kit, an excellent beginner building kit designed to teach how solar power is used to drive a small motor. Children use the 21 snap together parts (no tools required) to build six different working models including an airboat, windmill, puppy, and two different planes.

Age: 10+
dimensions: airboat 4.76x2.4x3.39 in, windmill 6.06x6.02x9.41 in, puppy 2.68x1.81x2.52 in, car 2.76x2.13x1.34 in, plane 6.06x4.40x3.70 in, revolving plane 8.60x2.40x6.54 in

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  • 5
    Excellent, Fun and Educational

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Jan 2015

    The 6-in-1 OWI Educational Solar Kit was purchased for my Granddaughter, she has really enjoyed building the different items in the kit. Excellent quality, very pleased with the product

  • 4
    very pleased with the product

    Posted by Unknown on 18th Jul 2013

    My son had a good time building this. Pleased with this product.

  • 5
    Great fun!

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Aug 2012

    My youngest son loved building these items and put them to use for hours over the last 3 days.

  • 5
    Great intro into robotics!

    Posted by Jenny on 12th Feb 2011

    My 8 year-old loved this! He got this for a birthday gift last year and was able to assemble most of it by himself. The directions were pretty clear and he loved taking the end products outside to play with them. I'm getting him another robotic set this year for his 9th b-day!

  • 4

    Posted by Stacie on 19th Aug 2010

    Great reviews, below!
    My co-worker and I had great fun "test-driving" this solar kit. We're planning to use it at an upcoming Girl Scout event.

    Luckily, the day of our "test-drive" it was nice and sunny. But I'm worried that on our event day, we may not be as lucky...

    I see in the video demonstrations on this site that they're showing these bots in action INDOORS. Anyone have any ideas what type of light/lamp/flashlight is needed to make this work?

    The Girl Scout motto is "Be prepared," after all!

  • 5
    Love it!

    Posted by Shirley Rudd on 17th Aug 2010

    A gift for my grandson - he is very interested in science and will be going into the 5th grade. He loved it!

  • 5

    Posted by Rebecca Harper on 17th Aug 2010

    My son has loved this kit. He is intrigued by the different things you can make, and he is amazed by how fast it works with just solar energy.

  • 5

    Posted by Joan Agius on 17th Aug 2010

    My 9 yr old granddaughter loves this kit. So does her father!

  • 5
    Fun Solar Toy

    Posted by Mary Hatch on 13th Jul 2010

    Excellent item. Fun for at least 2 hours assembling and disassembling trying out other designs and a great value!!!