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Wind Turbine Kit

$23.95
Put together this kit and watch the wind turbine capture the wind's energy and turn it into light! For ages 5 and up. No battery!
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Watch the wind turbine capture the wind's energy and turn it into light! The kit will teach kids how this vital renewable energy technology works.


Required, but not included in this kit: a small phillips (crosshead) screwdriver and a clean 2-liter soda bottle.


The blade span is 34cm when built.


For ages 5 and up.

Watch the wind turbine capture the wind's energy and turn it into light! The kit will teach kids how this vital renewable energy technology works.


Required, but not included in this kit: a small phillips (crosshead) screwdriver and a clean 2-liter soda bottle.


The blade span is 34cm when built.


For ages 5 and up.

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