Engino STEM Newton’s Laws 8 in 1 Construction Kit
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• Create 8 fun models and watch them come to life
• Build a fan, plane, car and a catapult and more
• Learn about Newton’s Laws of motions and see them in the action
• Use 121 parts to build the models included then try to create your own versions
• Suitable for ages 8+
• No power supply or batteries required
• Combine with other Engino kits to create even more modelsWhat can I make with this kit?
Build a working model of a catapult, car fan and plane and see them move without any electronics. Create a dragster car and race it with the power of an elastic band, watch the plane spin round a base using a balloon on an arm. With eight models to choose from there is lots of fun to be had. Once you’ve made the models in the instruction booklet you can use the 121 parts to create your own models see what you can make.
What can this kit teach?
How far can you send a ball with your catapult or how fast can your plane fly? See how energy can change from one state to another. See how energy stored in a tense elastic band, or a full balloon can be converted to movement (kinetic) energy. See how potential energy in weights can be used when they fall using gravity to generate power to turn a fan.
What more can I do with the STEM Newton’s Law kit?
The Engino kits use a unique design with blocks capable of building in three dimensions, fixed joints, pivots and extendable rods allowing you to combine them to make almost anything. All parts snap easily together to make building simple. Each Engino kits is compatible with the others in the range letting you add to your models. The STEM kits come with a booklet which includes instructions, activities and quiz so you can see what you’re learning with each kit. Learn and create with these fun kits, the only limit is your imagination.
What is STEM and how does this help my child?
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. These subjects focus on an applied approach to learning, allowing more practical-based education instead of theory. This encourages children to learn how to construct items utilising the basics of the above subjects. By engaging with your child, you can encourage learning and development and potentially take the first steps down a rich and varied career path.