STEM Explorations Levers & Pulleys

STEM Explorations Levers & Pulleys
HE1554710

Product code: HE1554710

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Explore STEM concepts while building different geared models! Using the materials included in this set, primary-school aged children will be engaged and energized as they further their knowledge and understanding of science, technology, engineering and math concepts. The set includes 140+ parts for a single child or team of 2 children to build 3 unique geared models: a Crank Fan, a Car Window and an Egg Beater. Once built, a downloadable booklet guides students through 3 hands-on, inquiry-based experiments on each of the models. Students will learn about gear configurations, gear ratios, rotational speed, mechanical advantage and more!

• Build 3 working gear models – crank shaft, egg beater & car window

• Includes 143 pieces

• Up to 3 children can work on 3 Experiments – 1 at a time

• Experiment worksheets included for each model

For Ages 7+

The Experiment Guide is aligned to national STEM standards and is appropriate for Key Stage 2/3.

GBP11.99
GBP14.39 inc VAT
In stock

Explore STEM concepts while building different geared models! Using the materials included in this set, primary-school aged children will be engaged and energized as they further their knowledge and understanding of science, technology, engineering and math concepts. The set includes 140+ parts for a single child or team of 2 children to build 3 unique geared models: a Crank Fan, a Car Window and an Egg Beater. Once built, a downloadable booklet guides students through 3 hands-on, inquiry-based experiments on each of the models. Students will learn about gear configurations, gear ratios, rotational speed, mechanical advantage and more!

• Build 3 working gear models – crank shaft, egg beater & car window

• Includes 143 pieces

• Up to 3 children can work on 3 Experiments – 1 at a time

• Experiment worksheets included for each model

For Ages 7+

The Experiment Guide is aligned to national STEM standards and is appropriate for Key Stage 2/3.

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