Invention Kits - Green Rocket

By Toysmith

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Science kit allows you to create a flying rocket by recycling two plastic bottles and magazine papers. Rocket launches up to 80 feet. No batteries required. Adult supervision advised.

  • Create rocket using old magazine pages, and launching pad out of 2 plastic bottles
  • Stamp on large plastic bottle to launch (always wear shoes when launching)
  • Kit includes: 1 stand arm, 1 launch tube, 1 flexible pipe, 2 bottle connectors, 2 pipe half clamps, 2 foam rocket heads, 12 fin templates, 2 rocket templates, 3 screws, 1 small set of nuts & bolts, washer and split washer, 1 double-sided adhesive tape
  • Detailed instructions included along with "How it Works" fun facts
  • Ages 8+
  • Requires plastic bottles and magazine pages, small crosshead screwdriver, tape, scissors (not included)
  • Small parts: not recommended for children under age 3
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 8.5" x 8.5" x 2.5"
  • Weight: 0.1 lb.
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With a little imagination, some recycled items, and the help of a U.S. company called Toysmith, kids can construct their own robots, rockets, and necklace beads. These DIY kits make a unique gift for curious minds and hands-on fun.

Meet Bob—ordinary soda can turned walking wobbling robot in less than 45 minutes with the Tin Can Robot kit. Then, there’s the Green Rocket that can launch up to 80 feet in the air. All you need is a magazine and a couple of plastic bottles to let the countdown begin. Who knew the science of robotics and aeronautics could be so entertaining?

For artistic types, the Recylced Paper Beads kit lets you make jewelry out of colorful craft paper (included) or old newspapers and magazines. Insert strips of paper into the tool, turn the handle, and paper becomes your new favorite accessory. Attach the tool to a plastic bottle and you’ve got yourself a container to catch and store your beads as you craft them.

Designed for kids as young as eight, but we think tweens, teens, and even grownups will get a kick out of seeing how things work and bringing new life to recyclables with these innovative kits from Toysmith.