Galt Toys launches new Robo Crew science packs

Published on: 23rd October 2014

Galt has launched five new science packs complete with make and do experiments, slimy slime, electrifying buzzers and robotic space ships.Galt300

Robo Maze Game is a buzzer game that game helps children learn about electronics and how to build circuits. Children can build and wire three shapes, and try to move the wire loop around the maze without setting the buzzer off.  Each maze shape varies in level of difficulty.

Robo Rover has everything needed to build a robotic rover. It travels forward, senses an obstacle and changes route. The set contains the Robo body, chassis, motor, rear wheels, gearbox cover, printed circuit board, eight screws, stickers and assembly guide.

Robo Space Lab is a kit with 20 activities. Make an alien, an asteroid and test tube kaleidoscope and discover how to stack liquids and make lava. The kit includes test tubes, safety goggles, a slime pot, food colouring and PH paper.

Robo Slime Factory is a kit with eight activities. Test the different slimes, make a tub of goo and learn all about slime. The kit includes materials to create a glow-in-the-dark slim, an alien and a putty ball, as well as a loud noise pot and colour changing putty.

Robo Slithery Slime is a pot of slime with plastic body parts to create creatures. The pot contains green slime and the body parts are in a separate container. Mould a body from the slime then add body parts.

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