British Science Week 6th – 15th March – Giveaway With Bright Minds

Today see’s the start of British Science Week, so a perfect opportunity to get involved with lots of fun activities. This year’s theme for the 2020 poster competition is ‘Our diverse planet. I think we will give that one a go!

I love Science. It was my favourite subject at school and I went on to do A-Levels in Biology Chemistry and Physics. Now L is getting older and asking a million questions a day on how things work, why are they like that, etc I can’t wait to share the Science world around us with her.

British Science Week 6th - 15th March

Bright Minds is a children’s UK toy shop with hundreds of educational toys for kids that educate and entertain. They offer unique and inspirational kids toys and gifts that encourage the development of children’s imagination.

They have kindly offered these fantastic Robot toys from their Science Toys category for you to win for British Science Week. To enter all you have to do is fill in the gleam widget below.

Tobbie is the cutest self-guiding Artificial Intelligence Robot we have ever seen. Build Tobbie yourself from push-out plastic pieces, he has 2 modes: ‘Follow me’ where he will follow anything moving (your hand or another Tobbie) and ‘Explore’ where he uses his IR sensor to avoid obstacles. He has lights and sounds as expected from a robot and walks on 6 legs.

He is a self-assembly kit made up of 107 push out and assemble pieces. You will need a good pair of cutters and a filer so that the bits assemble neatly but follow the instructions and you will build a fully working intelligent robot. 

Millions of tin cans are being wasted daily. Help recycle one of them and turn into a cool robot that walks in a silly way when it is turned on. It contains a set of plastic mechanical body parts, the motor with electric wires, 1 pair of moving eyes, screws and detailed instructions. Recycled drinks can is needed to complete the project.

GOOD LUCK!

Win Robot Toys From Bright Minds Worth over £40

COMPETITION T&C’S

The giveaway ends 23:59 15th March 2020

The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via gleam from all valid entries and be notified by email within 7 days. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a name and UK address before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with the giveaways.  Any personal data given as part of the competition entry’s is used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties.  The winner’s details will be shared with Bright Minds for delivery. Please allow 28 days for delivery of the prize.

By entering the competition you agree to your first name and surname initial published on the competition widget if you are the winner.

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Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post.

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89 thoughts on “British Science Week 6th – 15th March – Giveaway With Bright Minds

  1. I’ve always loved science too and my little boy Jake is fascinated in knowing why things are the way they are, how they work and doing experiments etc. He’d love to build a working robot.

  2. Wow what a great realistic science set – this will give so much to my two kiddies, lots of talking, learning, experimenting and giggles!

  3. My 3 children would love these they all recieved different science sets for christmas and have enjoyed experimenting

  4. I think it’s brilliant that they are trying to get children excited about science. At Daisy’s school next week they have a dress up day where they have to go as a mad scientist. I was extremely tempted by the idea of dressing her in a white jumpsuit and facemask with ‘warning live corona virus’ on it….but I didn’t think the teachers would appreciate it!

  5. This prize is great, it would be just right for my Godson. Thank you so much for running this competition.

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