Sphero Craft Pack

SKU: 680-0521

The Sphero Craft Pack is your one stop shop for all the crafting accessories you’ll ever need to take your creations and inventions even further. With over 31 different items and 100’s of materials the Sphero Craft Pack was designed for both littleBits and Sphero robots.

Use the Sphero Craft Pack to help with your Sphero Global Challenge submissions!

  • The Sphero Craft Pack consists of the most commonly purchased  items to help take student inventions and creations even further.
  • Instead of sourcing all of the materials separately, everything is included in one box.
  • Pair with the BOLT Power Pack or the STEAM+ Class Pack to complete your MakerSpace.
  • Recommended 1-10 students per Sphero Craft Pack.
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    Price:
    $115

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