3Doodler Start Robotics Dinosaur Activity Kit
The award-winning 3Doodler Start allows kids to bring their ideas to life in 3D!
What's cooler than building your own dinosaur? Building one that moves! Budding Engineers and Paleontologists can now explore prehistoric dinosaurs and modern robots, all in one kit.
Make STEM fun
Part of our 3Doodler Start STEM Series, the Robotic Dinosaur Activity Kit will allow young creators to build and design their own dinosaur that moves. Simply follow the Activity Guide stencils, and Doodle directly on top of the Robotic Base to build your Triceratops, then design and decorate your dinosaur's appearance. Sit back and watch your dinosaur come to life!
Each kit contains:
1 Motor and Battery Housing (2 x AAA Batteries not included), 1 Robotic Base, 1 Tracing Sheet, 2 Packs of 3Doodler Start Plastic (8 colors, 48 strands), 1 Activity Guide, 1 Instruction Manual.
THIS KIT DOES NOT INCLUDE A 3DOODLER START PEN.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I know which 3Doodler products are compatible with what 3Doodler pens?
- You can view a comprehensive compatibility chart here: www.the3doodler.com/compatibility
- Can I use the 3Doodler Start with my Create DoodlePad or other 3Doodler Create Accessories?
- No, the 3Doodler Start is not compatible with any of the 3Doodler 1.0, 2.0, or Create products or accessories, including Plastic Strands, DoodlePad, Nozzle Set, JetPack, DoodleStand, or Pedal. The only exception is the Project Book, which we encourage using for 3Doodler Start projects too.
- How do I use the DoodleBlocks™?
- Simply draw into the grooves of the DoodleBlock™ to form a shape, wait 10-15 seconds for the plastic to harden and then bend the DoodleBlock™ to release your Doodled shape. You can then fill in the shape if you want, making it more solid. Once you’ve traced all the pieces, you can then use your 3Doodler Start to join them together to form your finished 3D creation.