The switch adapted Boppin’ Beaver toy sings and dances and can be controlled with accessible switches that have a 3.5 mm jack. The beaver is a Fisher Price toy that teaches ABCs, 123, opposites, and simple games.
You can use the Boppin’ Beaver by plugging in a switch. Then, press the switch to activate the beaver.
You can build the Boppin’ Beaver by following the video tutorial by “Santa” Gerry Galland. There is also a written assembly guide linked above on the MMC Github page. You can also follow the “How to prep your 3.5mm headphone jack” documentation if needed.
- Drill with ¼” drill bit
- Wire Strippers
- Flush Cutters
- Phillips screwdriver
- Soldering Iron
- Boppin’ Beaver Linkimal
- Mono jack
Documentation created by Neil Squire / Makers Making Change – based on instructional video by “Santa” Jerry Galland.
Instructional Video by “Santa” Jerry Galland.