A miniature, lightweight, and durable vehicle propelled by a small DC motor and two AA batteries. This easy to assemble kit offers an exciting learning experience that portrays the flow of electrical energy from battery to motor with the end result being a fully functional rear-wheel drive vehicle. Builders will learn how rubber bands and axle pullies can be used to distribute energy from the rear set of wheels to the front set of wheels to allow for more accelleration on rougher terrain, such as carpet or asphalt.
This family friendly do it yourself car kit makes for a fun, educational, and lasting classroom activity or gift. Once assembled, insert two AA batteries into the battery holder and use the On/Off switch to power the vehicle.
Build a small car powered by 2xAA batteries and an electric motor
Includes all necessary components + spare nuts and screws
Develop fine motor skills, confidence and self-reliance in young children
Great for use in various science fair projects and classroom activities
Car measures 6" x 4" x 1.25" when fully assembled
6.00 x 4.00 x 1.00 inches
15.24cm x 10.16cm x 2.54cm
0 lb 3 oz
Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
STEM Car Kit
Wendy Webster from MA
A fun and engaging way to add some education to a great project for your tween and teens!
very difficult to put together
Alan Feingold from Atlanta, GA
The screws and nuts are so tiny it is very difficult to handle them. The pieces to fit on the axle are so hard to slip on that I needed to use a hammer. Trying to connect the wires on the battery holder to the connection on the motor is almost impossible. I bought this to use in my science class but it was too hard for children to use.