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- Encourages creativity
- 130-piece motorized building set
- Build glowing creatures
- Endless creative combinations
- Promotes mechanical reasoning
List Price: $32.00
Learning Resources Gears! Gears! Gears! Wacky Wigglers Description
Reviews By Scott F. Mcgrath : Date January 25, 2007
…even more so than his first two-wheel bike.
Here it is January 25th, and the “Robot” (Wacky Wigglers) is still getting pulled out almost every day. Both my 3 year ols and my 1 year old love it, and the older boy is single-handedly building some pretty impressive contraptions. My only potential complaint will be the cost of replacing all of the button-batteries in the various flashing elements once they start going dead. They make the whirling, chomping rolling (and flashing) contraptions that much more impressive, but for some reason, need to be turned off by an adult (funny, since they need no such grown-up help to turn on).
I’d recommend this as a toy for 4-8 years with two big thumbs-up. It’s sort of like an erector set without the need for nuts, bolts, screws or tools. Everything just snaps together. Add eyes, floppy ears and alien hands and it all adds up to a wonderful outlet for young imaginations, and a great training tool for physical principles.
(I’m actually here on Amazon sourcing an expension set now.
Reviews By M. Maxey : Date December 28, 2005
My children recieved this toy for Christmas. We have had fun putting it together and it is hours of entertainment. This toy is great for kids 5 and older. That is because the pieces have a tendency to come apart easily. The motor allows you to move the parts forward and backward. I also liked that the book came with different designs to build.
Reviews By K. Fox : Date June 11, 2007
We bought this toy for our 4 year old son for his birthday. He wanted a “robot” — so we thought this might fit the bill. He struggles with putting it together with all the pieces that are included, but is quite capable at building a basic structure. We’ve found that the more elaborate structures doesn’t always work as designed, and invaribly it falls apart quite easily. BUT, I foresee our son growing with this toy– learning how to use more and more pieces, and creating more complicated designs. Overall, it’s pretty neat and fun to play with.