There is a Science Fair at school and Lottie decides to research if it is possible to build a robot using only recycled materials. It is hard work, but fun and exciting too. Maybe if the robot is really good it can even help her to tidy her bedroom and do the household chores! It is lucky that Lottie’s bedroom is so messy as she discovers a heap of useful things she can reuse and recycle to build her robot; even some old shoes. Will Lottie’s Science Fair project win a prize?
- Detailed atomic hoodie
- Long sleeved robot t-shirt
- Denim jeans
- A pair of glasses
Busy Lizzie the Robot is the perfect partner for Robot Girl Lottie.
Get Hands-On with Robots
Girls will be inspired by Erin Kennedy, robotics role-model, trailblazer and original “Robot Grrl“, and you’ll find hands-on science experiments and projects here from Kathy Ceceri, award-winning author of “Robotics”, an introduction to the exciting field of designing, building, and operating robots.
Robot Girl Awards Winner:
- (USA) Oppenheim Toy Portfolio 2013 Platinum Best Toy Award
Lottie Dolls are just like real girls and boys! They’re designed to be physically proportioned like real 9 year old children, with age-appropriate clothes, interests and activities. Ethnically diverse, Lottie and Finn literally stand on their own two feet… they’re positive role models, empowering children to embrace individuality, enjoy childhood and have meaningful adventures!
Lottie Doll’s designers did 18 months of research, working with kids, parents, child psychologists and child nutrition and education specialists. More than 100 action points have been incorporated into the designs and accessories to make them realistic dolls that children can relate to, and identify with.
Lottie’s Motto is “Be Bold, Be Brave, Be You!”
Doll measures 7.5″ tall. It includes small parts, and is not suitable for children under 3.