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What kinds of gifts can you get for someone who likes robots? Here are a few of my favorite robotic kits.
Ranging from simple kits that allow you to make a robot out of a soda can to the famous Lego Mindstorms kit that allows you to create a robot that can solve a Rubik's cube, we're talking robot kits. So if you've got someone on your list who just loves the science of robotics, whether they're kids or adults, we've got something for them!
The Little Bits electronics kits use modular components to teach how the components work, and magnets insure that stuff will go together correctly.
Toysmith has all sorts of robot kit options, like the Tin Can Robot. Or the Brush Robot. Or the Robot Duck. Or even the Propeller Racer.
The Arduino is a more advanced controller kit, but it's a very popular core for many robotics projects that will encourage learning programming as well as building.
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