- UNLEASH YOUR CHILD’S INNER ENGINEER with Engino’s STEM kit! Let them explore and learn how simple machines work through 16 working models like a seesaw, linkages, and a parking gate.
- EASY TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS make it a breeze for your kids to build and learn. The building toy includes 14 pages of theory and fun facts that explain scientific principles, along with exciting experiments to test new knowledge. Plus, there’s a 4-page quiz section to keep them engaged!
- VOTED AS ONE OF THE BEST STEM TOYS, Engino’s toy kit is designed to get your child interested in tech. This innovative product is designed to promote critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity, helping children develop essential skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.
- FOR AGES 9+ – Engino’s toy kit is perfect for children who love to build and experiment. The interactive 3D app lets them build in virtual reality, making it an even more exciting and engaging experience.
- BRING COMPLEX CONCEPTS INTO FOCUS with Engino’s award-winning components. Made in Europe, this STEM project helps budding engineers and scientists understand complex concepts and turn them into fun and interactive learning experiences. Make education fun with Engino!
Engino for ages 8 and up. Engino – MECHANICS – Levers & Linkages – brings complex designs into simple focus with 13 pages of clear, 3-D rendered, instructions with more models illustrated online at Engino’s website or using the Engino 3D app downloadable free for Android or Apple iOS. The manual also includes 14 pages of theory and facts, a 4 page quiz, 7 pages of experimental activities illustrating uses of levers and linkages. Learn how Levers can be used for increasing an applied force or changing the direction of motion. Find out how you can create models with complex motion by connecting many levers together and learn how these Linkages can be applied to various machines. Build 16 working models such as a seesaw, a movable weight scale, a wheelbarrow, a parking gate, a toy with moving figures, a pantograph and two types of linkages. Or add some imagination and make something new. – The Engino Building System was invented by Costas Sisamos, a former teacher and engineer for the purpose of helping students build technological models creatively and easily to experiment and learn about science and technology in a way that includes all the benefits of play. Research grants from local and E.U. sources helped transition the three-year research project into an innovative product. Since then Engino has developed more snap-fit components such as gears, pulleys, motots, and solar panels. The major advantage of the Engino system is that it’s design flexibility enables children to build simple or complex models quickly using a small number of components.