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|Educational Objective(s)||Creative Thinking|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10 x 0.75 x 10 inches|
|Item Weight||1.25 Pounds|
|Number of Pieces||58|
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- Promotes S. T. E. M.
- Build 11 different machines ranging from practical to silly
- Includes all 58 LEGO elements you'll need to get building
- Encourages creativity with open-ended prompts
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From the manufacturer
What is Klutz?
Klutz is a premium brand of book-based activity kits, designed to inspire creativity in every kid.
- Super-clear Instructions
- Open-ended Creativity
- Rewarding Reading
- Skills to Build On
- Everything You Need
Make, experiment, play! Build 11 machines including a gravity powered car and a boxing robot. Open-ended prompts will inspire you to continue experimenting with your own designs and modifications!
Note: For '100% Klutz certified' please visit official website.
What You Get
Includes everything you need to build 11 machines that whirl, flip, punch, and cruise!
- 58 LEGO elements including cross axles, technic bricks, plates, pegs, gear wheels, and more!
- 6 pages of papercraft
Crystal Clear Instructions
With 78 pages of step-by-step instructions and brightly colored images, you will learn how to build 11 machines ranging from practical to silly.
Throughout the book, you will also find open-ended prompts and challenges to continue experimenting and creating.
Learn how the machines are used in real life! "Behind the Gadget" pages provide information about real world applications for each machine.
Meet the Gadgets
You can build all 11 of the following machines!
The Claw, Classic Catapult, Spin-O-Vision, Ghost Guzzler, Rollin' Rex, Flywheel Cruiser, Your Own Personal Fan Club, Mix Master 3000, Micro Movie Maker, Robo-Boxer, Gravity Drop Coaster
Make, experiment, and play! This activity kit will have you building 11 machines including a gravity powered car and a wacky boxing robot. The fun doesn't stop once you've completed all of the projects in the book - open-ended prompts will inspire you to continue experimenting with your own designs and modifications.
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Make sure you have a container to keep track of parts and cut outs after use
You'll need TAPE for certain activities
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Honestly, I wish they hadn't included the cardboard features. They're fun, but they won't last, and are a pain to try and store. I'd rather it just used Lego.
We got the Chain Reaction book at the same time, and I much prefer this one for his age. All the pieces are included, and the models just work.
We built a couple of the projects and he loved them. One excellent thing about this book is that it helps show that Lego engineering principles can be applied to the wider world.
At the weekend, after it got put away and forgotten about for a few weeks, he got it out himself, and built the entire gear train of the whisk project entirely independently.
The instructions aren't an exact match for the standard Lego instructions - but they're extremely close, and just as clear. (Hopefully evidenced by the fact a 5 year old was able to follow them without problems)
There aren't many Lego pieces included - but this is a massive plus for me. It shows how ingenuity is the main essential ingredient - and imagination is by far and away the main limiting factor.
My only minor gripe would be a request that the storage compartment for the Lego bits be toughened up, and made more secure - I used some sellotape to reinforce the cardboard and created some lips so pieces can't fall out and get lost.