Monday, October 7, 2019

Win The Electric Motors Catalyst from Tinkering Labs in the 2019 Howl-O-Ween Hop!

Win The Electric Motors Catalyst in the 2019 Howl-O-Ween Hop!

Welcome to the  2019 Howl-O-Ween Hop hosted by The Mommy Island and The Kids Did It.  This giveaway begins at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, and ends on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, at 11:59 pm (ET). Please make sure to visit all the blogs in the hop for even more chances to win a prize.  

Enter below to win The Electric Motors Catalyst from Tinkering Labs! 



The Electric Motors Catalyst makes it easy for parents and teachers to provide kids with super-fun open-ended learning and Tinkering. Kids can build a countless number of projects that utilize the power of electric motors. To help them get started, the Catalyst comes with a set of Challenge Cards. Challenges include:
  • Build a machine that draws curvy lines
  • Make a machine that can scramble an egg
  • Build a vehicle with a suspension system
  • And more…


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54 comments:

  1. I think this is such a great way to get the kids thinking and problem solving. A great STEM gift

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  2. I think this is an amazing toy that kids would love.

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  3. I think it looks like fun and something my daughter would enjoy!

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  4. Looks like something my boys would enjoy putting together.

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  5. The perfect gift for any child interested in STEM or a fun project for a parent and child to do together.

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  6. I think it would be a great project for my Grandson, it would get him to think instead of just sitting around watching Youtube videos all day.

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  7. It would be a wonderful toy for my nephews.

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  8. I love this kind of stuff, especially to encourage girls to do STEM...

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  9. We've been working on STEM with our Girl Scout troop. I love that this project is simple enough that parents with no electrical background can complete this with their kids.

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  10. These look like so much fun while teaching. The kids don't realize they are learning.

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  11. THis looks amazing! What fun and I really think it would pull my son away from his video games.

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  12. I love the concept of electric motors catalyst. Our kids are just at the age where they have the knowledge and dexterity to use their imagination to make various models. It is a great way for them to learn while playing. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity.

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  13. This looks like something my grand son would enjoy putting together.

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  14. I think my little nephew would love this

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  15. looks fun and kids can learn too

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  17. I like that it does things, like it draws curvy lines!

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  18. I love how educational and hands on this is. My grandsons would be able to play with it and also learn at the same time.

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  19. I think it looks so fun, my kids would love tinkering with it.

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  20. Very interesting and unusual toy for nowadays kids.

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  21. I think it is awesome! :)

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  22. I have wanted to share one of these with my son since I found out about them a couple years ago. This goes with his personality so much. He loves seeing things work like this.

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  23. This remind me my childhood. We have same constructors)

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  24. Is great for kids to develop their skills

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  25. Smart and creative toy, i'm impressed!

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  26. It looks like something my brother would have enjoyed when he was a kid.

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  27. I think kids would really enjoy this!

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  28. Not only for kids, but interesting even for me. :)

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  29. My son likes to build things.

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  30. SO cool- my programming loving daughter would love this!

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  31. This is great for getting kids to follow directions and try different challenges.

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  32. I love this as a toy that works the mind, so that it achieves more than just fun. Love educational toys.

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  33. This is a great way for kids to learn and it looks like something fun a parent and child could enjoy doing together

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  34. This looks so cool and my kids would love this!

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  35. i think its awesome,,kids need more toys like this

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  36. It's great for kids to learn by doing hands on projects. My son would love this!

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  37. My grandson would love this. He could build something with his grandpa.

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  38. This is really fun and educational, I love that! I think the kids would have a great time putting this together.

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  39. It really is awesome! We are teaching our sons about science, electronics and showing them how home projects are easy and relate to school.

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  40. This will be great for my oldest granddaughter. She always asks for science kits for her birthday and Christmas.

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  41. This would be an amazing STEM toy for both of my children to enjoy together.

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  42. Wow, this is so neat. I would have loved to have something like this to tinker with when I was a kid. Maybe my niece would be into something like this.

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  43. This is an awesome, fun and educational toy/gift!

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  44. I think everybody would love these....reminds me of our Erector Sets we played with as children, but more advanced! Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

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  45. It looks like something that would stimulate my daughter's creative gene

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  46. It looks like something my kids would enjoy.

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