• Combine eight basic sets to create 93 working models
• Build cars, bridges, catapults and even moving figures
• Learn about pulley drives, cams, cranks, levers & linkages, wheels, axels, worm gears, structures, solar power and more
• Use 280 parts to build the models included then try to create your own versions
• Suitable for ages 8+
• Uses a supplied solar panel or 2 x AAA batteries for power
• Combine with other Engino kits to create even more modelsWhat can I make with this kit?
Let your imagination run wild with 93 working models to choose from and create. Build bridges, cars, windmills, a ballistic catapult, a helicopter or even your own robot. Enjoy making the models with a solar panel, 3V motor, gears, pulleys and 280 pieces to create your own projects. Great for ages 8 and over.
What can I learn from this kit?
Have fun discovering STEM activities with 38 pages of experimental activities covering a wide range of subjects, from how cars turn to how to use solar energy to power a robot. This kit combines eight basic kits to make one master set that covers many areas like:
Levers & linkages – learn how levers make lifting weights easier, and how linkages can create moving platforms, seesaws, wheelbarrow and more.
Wheel, axels & inclined planes – see how axels help turning and how changes to the size of a wheel affects the car as well as how airport staircases and moving cranes work.
Pulley drives – discover how pulley drives transfer forces and help lift weight by making a windmill, construction crane and much more.
Gears & worm drives – investigate speed and force in motion by creating a carousel, helicopter, crane and more.
Cams & cranks – build a crane, a moving figure, an eagle with flapping wings, an oil pump and more, and investigate how cams and cracks can effect movement.
Newton’s Law – create a dragster powered by elastic band or a balloon propelled plane to see how energy changes from potential to kinetic.
Structures – see how bridges are made and why we use different designs.
Solar powers – build bridges, cars and robots and see them move with the solar power panel and motor.
What more can I do with the STEM Physics Master 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 Physical Resource Master kit includes a plastic tub with a lid for easy storage. The STEM kits come with a booklet with instructions, activities and quiz so you can see what you’re learning with the different kits. 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 your child, you can encourage learning and development and potentially take the first steps down a rich and varied career path.