Use this chart to quickly compare features on the robot kits available from Home Science Tools.

Robot: Picture Age/Skill Level Features
Jungle 10-13
Beginner

-Walks or climbs
-Sound activated

Hyper Peppy 10-13
Beginner

-Turns when it bumps into something or hears a loud sound

Robotic Arm – “EDGE” 10 & up
Intermediate

-Use the arm control to pick up objects and maneuver at different angles!

Copy-Cat 13 & up
Advanced —
soldering required

-Lets you program direction, light, and sound sequence of up to 256 actions

Scooter 12 & up
Advanced —
soldering required
-Sound-controlled
-Can reverse and change direction
Boe-Bot 13 & up
Advanced —
programmable
-Learn programming language PBASIC and program your robot to use tactile, light sensitive, infrared, or distance detection navigation
Robo-Stamp 2 13 & up
Advanced —
programmable
– Makes an IzeBot and RoboTank robot
– Program with iStamp 2
– Use touch, distance, and infrared sensors plus a remote control
Robo-Pica 2 15 & up
Advanced —
programmable
– Highest level of programm-ability
– Program with C language
– Use touch, distance, and infrared sensors plus a remote control