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Transform a used soda pop can into a bug-eyed robot with the 4M Tin Can Robot kit.

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Transform a used soda pop can into a bug-eyed robot with the 4M Tin Can Robot kit. The 4M Tin Can Robot teaches the value of recycling by repurposing a used can into a fun and functional robot. No special tools or knowledge required; the kit contains detailed instructions and all the necessary parts. Just add a used soda pop can and let the fun begin. Use the kit to create a silly robot or a motorized monster, or a combination of the two. Requires two AAA batteries (not included). Recommended for ages 8 years and up.

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  • The 4M Tin Can Robot teaches the value of recycling by repurposing a used can into a fun and functional robot.
  • No special tools or knowledge required; the kit contains detailed instructions and all the necessary parts. Just add a used soda pop can and let the fun begin.
  • Use the kit to create a silly robot or a motorized monster, or a combination of the two.
  • Challenge your child's imagination with 4M toys and kits.
  • 4M educational toys cover a wide range of educational subjects and include science kits, arts and crafts kits, robotics kits, and more.
  • 4M offers a wide range of toys and kits to let you build a clock, crochet a placemat, or turn your room into a planetarium--all in the name of making learning fun.
  • Recycle a soda can by turning it into a silly robot
  • Kit includes parts and instructions, just add a "can" do attitude
  • Great for the "science" enthusiast in your family
  • Recommended for ages 8 years and up
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  • Would this project be good for a 7-year-old girl?

    It's suggested for age 8+, but a 7 year old could make it with some adult help.

  • Does this have to be a tin can? Most soda cans are aluminum.

    Any drink can will do.

  • Can you take it apart and reassemble it multiple times?

    Yes, but the arms stretch out easily (mess with them too much and they never stay on). Also the eyes and the wire that attaches them are really just a one and done portion of the project.

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