Solar Toys Green Bay WI

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Hobbytown USA
(920) 490-9996
2767 S Oneida St
Green Bay, WI
Toys R US
(920) 494-1774
1640 W Mason St
Green Bay, WI
Great Escape Mark's Comics
(920) 496-0191
340 N Military Ave
Green Bay, WI
Game Connection
(920) 965-0542
2030 E Mason St
Green Bay, WI
Rogue Traders
(920) 490-9690
1015 W Mason St
Green Bay, WI
Gnome Games
(920) 499-4263
2160 S Ridge Rd
Green Bay, WI
Gb Tv Svc Trains
(920) 496-9697
1353 Velp Ave
Green Bay, WI
Jabberwocky Incorporated
(920) 431-0299
331 N Broadway
Green Bay, WI
(920) 430-7149
2065 University Ave
Green Bay, WI
Pumpkin Comics Toys
(920) 434-0778
838 Marydale Dr
Green Bay, WI

Solar Toys

Feel like playing in the sun? There are a number of fun toys that can also introduce you and your children to some solar electricity basics.

The Photon Solar Racer is an assemble-yourself solar kit car, available from EfstonScience SuperStore and other vendors. It's powered by a 5 amp solar array, and it can travel 10 feet in 6 seconds under full sunlight. The car retails for about $35.

Solar Powered Wooden Kits are available in several kinds and varieties from Solar Village from Crystal Bay. The toy kits include a windmill, a wooden car and a bi-plane.

Crystal Bay also makes a solar powered energy kit, excellent for educating your kids and yourself in solar basics. All of these items retail for under $20.

The solar energy project is another solar powered energy kit, from The kit provides kids with a simple experiment in using a solar panel to power an electric motor. The kit also comes with an informative booklet, and it retails for $11.95.

SolarWorld also retails a number of other education products, such as the Forever Light, which you assemble yourself, learning the basics of a solar electric system, for under $20. You end up with a solar key chain light that will provide you with handy nighttime light....

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