This post, littleBits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit, is part of an expenses paid trip. littleBits provided us with a Droid Inventor Kit to review. You can see all of the Thor event posts right here.
If you’re looking for an amazing holiday gift for your little inventor, littleBits has you covered.
Do you have a maker? An inventor? A tinkerer?
He pulls things apart and puts them back together often. He makes things faster, better, and usually a bit louder and possibly a bit scarier (for mom, at least).
I’m fairly certain what when littleBits made this sticker, they were thinking of Jack.
It’s his motto. Except he doesn’t admit to breaking things, he says he wants to “make them better.”
littleBits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit
You can imagine how excited he was to get his hands on the littleBits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit a few weeks ago. Of course, he broke it. Then he put it all back together, and is currently using pieces and parts of it in several other creations at the moment–this makes him wildly happy.
littleBits is helping kids learn with their easy to build products. They work to help teach STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math), and they’re launching a global inventor movement.
Having an inventor in your house can be tough. Not even getting into the safety aspect of it (which is pretty huge), they want to “fix” everything.
The want to make things go faster and work better–they eventually begin to pull multiple things together into projects and sometimes this is frustrating for parents because 1. not all parents have the knack to help their little inventor and 2. maybe mom and dad weren’t quite ready for them to pull that cordless phone/fan motor/can of compressed air apart…
littleBits gives your little inventor a safe place to experiment, and mom and dad don’t need to stand over and watch them because littleBits are created to be broken, and fixed, and put together in just about any way possible.
On November 15th, littleBits announced the littleBits Competition for the Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit which invites kids, families, and Star Wars fans—residing in the US, UK, and Canada–to share their own unique Droid creations with the global inventor community. The competition will run from November 15, 2017 to January 10, 2018.
Fans and families can submit their own Droid creations, judged by Star Wars: The Last Jedi stars Daisy Ridley and Kelly Marie Tran, alongside Ayah Bdeir (founder and CEO of littleBits) and Kathleen Kennedy (president of Lucasfilm).