#BumbleBot is the most fun project, and with this 2-pack, you can make & innovate anywhere! Teach kids about insects and their environment while also learning about electronics and engineering! It takes just minutes to make your #BumbleBot, then adjust it and change it hundreds of times to change the way it moves and bumbles on a table or any surface. You can't get bored with this toy! Make mazes, have races and battles, and experiment on different textures and inclines!
Kit includes 2 batteries, 1 motor, 1 paper clip, copper tape, googly eyes, and more craft materials to create your bot! Tenaya's goal in Rogue Making is also to include upcycled items that were spared from the landfill by a teacher store called RAFT, in the SF bay area. As with all of Tenaya's kits, you can make your #BumbleBot anywhere! On the plane, on the train, in Spain?
Tenaya Hurst, CEO and owner of Rogue Making, teaches all over the U.S. and recently had the opportunity to go to Guatemala to teach Arduino in a university there. She had another chance to teach people living in rural areas outside of Guatemala City. Tenaya can't wait to return this year and raise $ to purchase electronics to bring to give to the students. Rogue Making kits cover wearable tech, fun motor projects, and paper circuits. Workshops are available at request, all over the U.S. and Canada too! Follow Tenaya's calendar on her website.
Really fun and we loved the little freebies! Thanks so much!