3 Bees & Me STEM Car Building Erector Toy Kit | Educational Metal Project for Boys and Girls Aged 8-11 Years Old (Ages 6-7 with Help) Beginner Gift…

(8 customer reviews)


Last updated on December 3, 2023 8:21 pm Details


  • GREAT GIFT FOR JUNIOR ENGINEERS – Our Car Building Kit is a fun and educational gift for kids ages 8-12. You can also give it to younger kids ages 6 and 7, and help them build their first toy car!
  • HOURS OF ENGAGING FUN – Kids will spend hours as budding car builders with this fun STEM educational toy. They can take it apart and rebuild it again too!
  • COMPLETE BUILDING KIT WITH EVERYTHING INCLUDED- Everything you need to build an authentic open-wheel model toy car is included in this junior erector set. You don’t need to buy any other materials or tools. Just open the box and start having fun!
  • EASY TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS – Included in this educational building toy is an easy-to-understand instruction sheet. Your pre-teens can build a toy car without supervision by simply following the steps found inside.
  • BUILT TO LAST – Our engineering and building kit is built to last. It has tough and durable parts and can withstand regular play and use.

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Additional information

Product Dimensions

9.9 x 7 x 1.9 inches

Item Weight

9.6 ounces

Country of Origin


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



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8 reviews for 3 Bees & Me STEM Car Building Erector Toy Kit | Educational Metal Project for Boys and Girls Aged 8-11 Years Old (Ages 6-7 with Help) Beginner Gift…

  1. DodsonFamily

    I bought this for 2 grandsons, both 8 years old. Neither have received it yet. I wanted a toy they could work on building with their dad. I’ll be anxious to know how they like it!

  2. Jenny S. Cajina

    Lo utilizo para hacer feliz a mi nieto de 11 años

  3. DodsonFamily

    Each step of the instructions (on a small size piece of paper) shows multiple steps to be completed as part of each. For young engineers, without help, it is very frustrating.

    Also, the screws are allen wrench headed but to tighten them, you had to hold the nut on the backside (with the wrench steady). In many locations, this is a tight fit. The middle of the wrench you can tell is designed for holding the nut still, but it wrench was not made right because it didn’t fit over any nut.

    I helped my son or he would have walked away all together and he is 10. He puts lego technics together with ease (on his own). These are the technics aged for 12+ or 14yr old+ so I figured this would be a nice change. It was but with help and with the instructions blown up on a copy machine as they are small with multiole steps per step. Cool once done but be prepared to calm kids and teach them patience.

  4. AJ

    Absolutely absurd to think a child of 8 would be able to follow these pathetic instructions. After realizing that i was the one assembling this Frankenstein, and my child was sitting there totally bored and uninterested, I passed this around to several model enthusiasts, and all said the same thing…. instructions are not adequate and steps to assembly are not optimal. If you tighten the nuts, then its very difficult for the pieces to line up and complete assembly. If you leave them loose, it falls apart.
    My opinion, absolute trash. Dont waste your money. This doesn’t teach, it only frustrates with inadequate instructions.

  5. Amazon Customer

    This was a gift for my friend’s child. My frustration begun with my first order to another company that was a joke, because they send me a little plastic bag with mini legos that I was feeling really bad to give it to him as a present. Then, I order this toy to 3 bee & me, that not only came in a period of two days after I order it, but on time to give the present to my friend’s kid and that make feel good. They were sending messages to keep me update on the way my order was coming, they make all the efforts for my order came on Sunday. Later on they send a message asking if I was in need of help to build my toy, that was great from their part. I am really happy that I found this company!!!

  6. J. Martin

    The gift recipient and his mother took three hours to assemble this (child is 8), but the child is so pleased with it that the parents want to purchase more of this type of toy. Good choice, happy child, impressed parents!

    I am unable to review this, as it was a gift and I haven’t had feedback on whether the youngster liked it or not.

  7. Juan Carlos Barrios

    This was a Christmas present for a 11 year old day-care boy who is very very good w engineering type things. He absolutely loved the gift but between his adhd and the constant shaking of his hands he really struggled getting some of the red bolt things in. He gave up at the end – it still looked like a hot Rod though and he was proud of it and couldn’t wait to show his mom. He was asking for the helicopter next and his mom asked me about it so I imagine she’ll get it for him. I rarely ever have to explain instructions to him or have to help him with anything and I had to help him w the red bolt things in a couple places because he was getting stressed and frustrated. He had quite a few extra pieces and he saved those to add to his building tool chest at him that he and his dad are putting together for him.

    Price is outstanding – just be prepared to help if needed.

  8. Tiinaj1

    Kids said they love putting together

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