Juice Box Robot... applesauce head, mini-raisin feet, pretzel rods halved and plastic wrapped for the arms, spoon antennas
Make a Busy Board for Active Toddlers ~ Want to encourage imaginative play... check with your friends, see what your local plumbing supply, hardware store, and electrician might have. Add a screen door latch, a compass, a magnifying glass, an old light switch. You could get really carried away with a project like this
Retro Toy Robot Party: Free printable robot scavenger hunt
Life-Sized Magnetic Robot that doubles as a portable, free-standing magnet board! | Fun at Home with Kids
Robot Legs - how cute is this? Thanks @YourTherapySource for the heads up on this one! - - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please visit ht.ly/63sNt for all (hundreds of) our pediatric therapy pins
Kids can create this fun robot easily. The best part is that the CD case can open and close to reveal the robot's inner workings!
Matching objects to outlines using real objects...quick, easy and fun - use "robot" pieces to match up
Recycled robots like Mr. Potato Head, using magnets to attach features. ADORABLE!
Tin can stilts - make some robot "feet"