Basketball Circuit Science Kit

Item number   w-sw-9725771
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Product Description

Slam dunk and learn science! Basketball Circuit Science Kit from Small World Toys' science toys collection, lets the older kids build a fun tabletop action game and learn physics behind the action. This unique science toy includes a ball launcher, a mini ball, and all the parts to assemble a mini basketball game. Follow the enclosed instructions and build the tabletop basketball game. Now it's time to play, observe and experiment. Aim and shoot the ball at the moving target. Analyze how timing and precision influences the score that you get. Observe the conversion of circular movement into linear movement. Learn how a circuit generates energy to power motion, and more with this Educational Toys Planet's fun science kit. Basketball Circuit Science Kit makes learning principles of physics easy and fun, just like shooting hoops on the table. The assembled basketball device is 5.5 x 5.5 x 8 inches and requires 2 AA batteries (not included).

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Product Details

  • SKU w-sw-9725771
  • Manufacturer recommended age 8 years
  • Our recommended age 9 years, 10 years+
  • Quantity available in stock 29
  • Dimensions of package 11.02" x 2.76" x 11.02"
  • Country of manufacture Israel
  • Manufacturer part number 9725771
  • UPC 90543257719
  • Packaged product weight 1.15 lb
  • Positive Ratings 100%
  • Total Reviews 1

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  1. Total Reviews: 1
  2. Positive Ratings: 5 of 5
  1. Rating: 5 by Rose, TX my one year old loves it. really sticks to the tile. she pulls on the foam backboard pretty hard and it doesn't budge.