Super Bristle Bots

Welcome to reuseum educational’s bristle bot kits!

Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to introduce your kids to the world of robotics, engineering, and programming? Our bristle bot kits are the perfect solution!

With our easy-to-assemble kits, kids can build their own bristle bots using basic materials and tools. These simple robots use a motors and a set of bristles or brushes to move around, making them perfect for demonstrating basic principles of robotics and programming.

Our kits include everything kids need to get started, including a vibrating motor, a popsicle stick, two toothbrushes, a battery, and a pair of googly eyes. Plus, with our detailed instructions and online resources, kids will have everything they need to assemble their bristle bots and start exploring the world of STEM

Bristle bots can be a useful and engaging tool for teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) concepts to kids. Building and using bristle bots can help kids develop a range of skills and knowledge that are relevant to STEM education, including:

  • Basic principles of robotics: Kids can learn about how robots move, sense their environment, and interact with their surroundings. They can also learn about different types of robots and their applications.

  • Basic principles of engineering: Kids can learn about how to design and build simple machines using basic materials and tools. They can also learn about how to test and troubleshoot their designs to make sure they are working properly.

  • Basic principles of physics: Kids can learn about how forces such as friction, gravity, and momentum affect the movement of objects. They can also learn about how energy is transformed and transferred as the bristle bot moves around.

Overall, bristle bots can be a fun and engaging way for kids to learn about STEM concepts and develop a range of valuable skills and knowledge.

They are simple-to-assemble robots where the motion is caused by the transfer of kinetic energy from the motor, vibration, through the robot to the ground. One of the simplest robots and fun to create.

Time: 90 minutes