Kids First Intro to Tools & Building STEM Experiment Kit

Thames & Kosmos

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SKU:
567017
UPC:
814743016873
Availability:
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Recommended Age:
3+
Experiments:
6
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Product Overview

 

Gears make things move! Join Ty and Karlie — the young engineers featured in the other Kids First early engineering kits — to build four awesome geared machines and learn all about how gears work. This introductory mechanical engineering kit for kids ages three and up features 61 durable, reusable, easy-to-handle pieces, ensuring long-lasting fun and exploration. 

 

Intro to Gears is a fun and engaging way to explore the many amazing things gears can do. With many big and small gears, kids can learn about gear ratios, gear trains, transmissions, power, and torque. The full-color, step-by-step manual explains to parents and adult supervisors how to build the models and how information can be presented to kids. 

 

By sharing simple engineering concepts with children, parents, teachers, and caregivers can lay the groundwork for strong STEM-related skills and comprehension at an early age. Model building helps develop fine motor skills, mechanical engineering skills, visual-spatial skills, and reasoning and concept development skills. The modular building pieces in this kit are compatible with other Thames & Kosmos Kids First early engineering kits so kids can use their imaginations to create and build whatever they dream up.

 

  • Introductory mechanical engineering kit for ages three and up
  • Build four awesome geared machines
  • Large, durable plastic parts are perfect for small hands and safe to use
  • Building pieces and are compatible with components from other Kids First early engineering kits
  • Full-color, eight-page manual includes clear and detailed step-by-step assembly instructions
  • Unique and engaging way to introduce simple engineering concepts to young children
  • Develops fine motor skills, mechanical engineering skills, visual-spatial skills, and reasoning and concept development skills
  • Endless possibilities for open-ended creative play

 

47 Pieces

Ages 3+