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Monday, March 6, 2017

4M Tin Can Edge Detector Science Kit

This is kind of cool.  I like the idea of it being science focused.  It is more of a model building experience than science project though.  The directions are a bit obscure but not hard to follow.  I do think it is a project for an adult and a kid unless the kid is pretty sharp.   It does go off the edge of my desk occasionally so it isn't perfect but when it works it is fun to see.

·                        Part of the Eco-Engineering/Green Science Series
·                        Fun science project creates a edge detecting robot
·                        All you need is a small crosshead screwdriver and empty soda can
·                        Requires 1 AAA battery, not included

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