STEM Educational Toys - Brian the wooden Mechanical walking Brachiosaurus Kit

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Kids STEAM Kits

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Meet Brian the Brachiosaurus! Your child's best friend that will keep them busy for hours! Have fun while learning the basics of electronics.


    • Keep your child busy for HOURS.

    • Build your Dinosaur with an added splice of creativity! 

    •  Easy for any child to build with step-by-step instructions.

    •  Eliminate frustration and spark creativity.

    •  Build them together and spend Quality Time with your kid!


Make Brian unique!

  • Building Brian is only HALF the fun! 


  • Keep them BUSY FOR LONGER with the decoration pack!


  • Not only can you build your very own Dinosaur you can also DECORATE them! 


  • It comes with feathers, googly eyes, feather string, paint, and a paintbrush. (Included for free in kit)


  • Get ready for ENDLESS FUN and ARTISTIC EXPRESSION with our decorating pack! 


  • It's the perfect way to INSPIRE YOUR CHILD'S CREATIVITY and make their collection truly UNIQUE!


More about Brian

I’m Brian, the Brachiosaurus, but you can call me Big Brian! Now, listen up, I was HUGE! Picture this, three school buses lined up, and a two-story house stacked on top. Yep, that’s how huge I was! I weighed as much as 30 elephants! Can you believe it? I ate so much that your garden would be just a tiny snack for me!  Downloadable manual -As in packaged kits.



Why STEAM?


STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. The “arts” in STEAM refers not only to visual arts and design but also to language arts, humanities, music, drama, dance and media. As humanity faces increasing change, challenges and complexity, we need people with the ability to ask the right questions and find new solutions. STEAM—with its focus on not only the “how” and “what” but also the “who” and “why”—is specifically designed to develop future innovators. It encourages students to approach real-world scientific problems with consideration for their impact on humanity. STEAM is at its heart about innovation, and innovation is about more than developing the latest gadget. Innovation is one of the keys to solving the most pressing problems of our time and ensuring a healthy, sustainable future.