Design and Build-Physical Science-Levers and Pulleys-Knex

Design and Build-Physical Science-Levers and Pulleys-Knex

$ 50.00 USD

Let your children experience endless building possibilities with K'NEX Education's Intro to Simple Machines Levers and Pulleys Set! This building set contains 178 pieces that kids can use to build eight replicas of real-world machines. This building set fosters your student's imagination in creating construction equipment, keeping them occupied for hours! The Levers and Pulleys Set is designed for kids from grades 3 to 5. With this set, they can create big, interactive models that actually move! Storing K'NEX parts and pieces will never be a hassle since the K'NEX Intro to Simple Machines Levers and Pulleys Set includes a plastic container. All pieces can be placed in this large plastic tub for ease of access and storage. This set comes with easy-to-follow instructions and a comprehensive teacher's guide. K'NEX Education teacher's guides and experiment guides are written by expert educators and are aligned to national educational standards like ITEEA, NSES, NCTM, NGSS, and Common Core. The guides feature hands-on, inquiry-based projects, engaging students in today's busy classroom. Unleash your kids' creativity as they make their own designs for fun and learning! The building set can accommodate 2 to 3 students working as a team. It comes with a comprehensive teacher's guide that allows for hands-on, inquiry-based exploration where children can see real world examples of science concepts in action. Help your students develop a better understanding of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) subjects with this toy. As they click the parts together, they'll strengthen their hand-eye coordination, fine motor and problem-solving skills, and spatial awareness. Studies reveal that students experience more success learning STEAM subjects through activities related to the real world than by reading about concepts in textbooks. K'NEX Education sets allow students to build replicas of machines and contraptions, and through the lesson plans and experiments, to gain a concrete understanding of the principles that make them work.