Saturday, December 5, 2015

Thames and Kosmos Musical UFO - Build your own instrument! #HolidayGiftGuide

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Have kids that love making music or building things? Or better yet....love making music and building things? Thames and Kosmos has not only a super cool Musical UFO that your kids can make but they also carry a line of educational games and and kits.





Build an electronic musical device that works like a simple theremin, an instrument in which the pitch is controlled by the movement of your hand. In this device, a light sensor inside the UFO’s dome senses the changing light level as you move your hand above it, changing the sound.

Geek & Co. is the company behind the Thames and Kosmos Musical UFO and teaches your child Electrical Science skills. This kit is meant for children ages 8 and up. It requires 3 AAA batteries and the manual not only comes with the kit but if and when your child tosses it out (like mine does), you can actually download it for free online!

You can purchase this kit on Thames and Kosmos kits for under $20 or online at Amazon. Make sure to check out their website and the huge selection of games and fun, educational science kits. Don't forget to follow them on Facebook and Twitter as well for all the latest news and promotions.


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12 comments:

  1. This looks like SO much fun! I think I want one...

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  2. This is something new to me, It looks pretty awesome and sounds like a lot of fun!

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  3. A good way to help with learning science.

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  4. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)December 13, 2015 at 2:37 AM

    How fun! This looks really neat.

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  5. I have literally never even heard of something this awesome! I love how it opens up the doors to talk about space at such a young age!

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  6. Great toy for any kid, thanks for the review

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  7. Cool toy! My daughter loves Science and would love this toy.

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  8. (Thames and Kosmos Musical UFO - Build your own instrument! #HolidayGiftGuide) This is rather neat, I think my one grown son would like it.

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