BenSpark’s Holiday Gift Guide – Build A Bot – Unicorn

Build A BotsWe received the Unicorn Build A Bot from Relevant Play for Free to review and add to our Holiday Gift Guide. Opinions are our own.

These totally cute pets offer an enchanting way to build, assemble, and learn about STEM robotics. There‚Äôs an adorable Unicorn, Kitten, and Dalmatian to choose from. They’re not just cute they are a STEM learning experience. When you put together the robots the instructions teach you about levels and machines and more. The toys also have see-through parts where you can observe the motors running and see how parts move. You can see the toy in action in my video below.

More details about Build A Bots below.

  • Taking the fun of Tech Pets to the next level by being able to build them yourself! The easy Click n Create system allows kids of all ages to enjoy making, customizing, & bringing your own pet UNICORN bot to life!
  • Comes with 20+ numbered pieces that snap together, stickers to decorate, a build certificate to name your pet, then it’s time to play! Then use either a magnetic accessory or simply clap your hands to train your pet robot to walk, jump and play.
  • Each Build-a-Bot has a variety of hidden stem facts so entertaining that kids won’t even know they learned about STEM & robotics. Each robot is interchangeable to mix & match and create a whole new bot species.
  • Ages: 5+ Requires 2 AA batteries, not included.
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Andrew’s Karate Birthday Party

Eva on the Obstacle Course
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Andrew has had several karate birthday parties. This was his third but his first at the America’s Best Defense in North Attleboro. He had his 5th, 6th and 8th birthday’s at karate studios and they are always a good time. We were thinking of what to do for Andrew’s birthday and I got a message that our ABD was doing free parties in November. So, I grabbed the last spot and we got it set up.

We invited all the kids in his class as well as the cousins. We had 17 kids at the party and they had so much fun. They started out with a dodge game where the black belts tossed pads at the kids and they ran around and around. Then they got to settle down and then do some learning of karate moves. I even got to help out and swing a foam sword at the kids so they could do some blocking.

then the kids had pizza and then had a big surprise. The big surprise was an obstacle course over in the Krav Maga dojo. The nice thing about ABD was that they have two dojos and the obstacle course was a complete surprise. The kids totally loved it.

Then the kids went back to the table for the cake cutting. The great thing about the cake cutting is that the cake is cut with a sword.

Sword Cake

Andrew was all smiles as he cut his cake. I recorded it happening so didn’t get the best photo. I did get that good one of Eva doing the obstacle course. She absolutely loved doing kicks and more. Andrew loved having all his friends around and it was a good day.