Before there was texting, teenagers communicated with Morse code and tiny flashlights. OK, well, spies did, and ships at sea. And it’s time today’s kids learned Morse code anyway. This kit has a small push-button light with a Morse code chart on the back, plus a shutter card, a tiny version of the open-shut shutters that ships at sea used. Requires zero bandwidth, and fun for the STEM kid in your family. Also for the family spy.
Use the little plastic chisel and your personal hammer to smack these 2-1/2" chalk eggs and reveal one of six different small dinosaur skeletons inside. It's like being a reckless paleontologist. You get (2) eggs to start your collection, and they're messy because you have to smack the eggs with some authority, which is half the fun. Includes a fact sheet.
These little punch-out puzzles can be a puzzle to assemble, with tiny pieces, but when done right they toddle along via the little wind-up gear motor. When done wrong, like we did, they toddle in reverse,like moon-walking dinosaurs, which is even more fun. You pick the 5" triceratops or the 6" T-Rex.
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