Learn more about science with this cool inventor's workbench! It contains everything children as young as 4 need to conduct over 15 experiments and demonstrate key scientific principles.
1. Use the tools and parts to conduct the experiments. As you complete each one, you'll create a device that will teach you about scientific principles including momentum, potential energy and the conservation of energy.
2. Now let your imagination run wild. Use the different components to conduct new experiments and invent wonderful new devices.
• Scientific workbench with more than 15 experiments
• Ideal for younger ages thanks to child-friendly pieces, simple assembly and clear instructions
• Contains everything needed to undertake 15 experiments and build devices including a digger, a mechanical arm, a crane, an elevator, a robot head, waving hands, a mechanical clapper, a rotating light, a fan belt, a gate barrier, an animated frog on a lotus leaf, a jumping frog, a bell ringer, a zoetrope and a gravity-propelled vehicle.
• Plastic parts include: Seven long bolts, eight short bolts, 14 nuts, four cap nuts, one double-holed joint, one triple-holed joint, one triangular box, one big pulley, four small pulleys, two big cogs, one handgrip, one screwdriver, one wrench, three fan blades, and one hanger
• Wooden parts include: Two single hole cube, two three-holed rectangular blocks, one triangular plate, two 5-holed strips, three 7-holed strips, and four 9-holed strips
• Soft parts and accessories include: One silicone belt, one bell, one light, one zoetrope, one gasket, two hands, one mask, one frog, and one frog animation frame
• Introduces children to the process of experimentation and concepts including energy transfer, momentum and gravity
• Components and tools designed for children's hands and skill levels
• Great for developing logical thinking and an understanding of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) principles
• For ages 4+
79 pcs: Workbench, Screws, Nuts, Wheels, Pulley, Light, Batten, Cube, PE slice, String, Play guide