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LEGO Education DUPLO Early Simple Machines III Set 4517242
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- Perfect starter set for introducing science and design technology concepts
- Easy for young students to work with
- Enables students to explore how familiar objects work
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With this updated version of the Early Simple Machines Set, young students build fun and simple models such as a seesaw, rolling vehicle, spinning top, raft, and many more. By playing with and manipulating the models, children experience pulleys, levers, gears, and wheels and axles while exploring energy, buoyancy, and balance. The set is designed for use by teams of two or three children. It includes full-color activity cards with pictorial instructions for eight models; a plastic punch-out sheet with eyes, sails, scales, and wings; and a plastic bin for easy cleanup and storage.
Since 1980, LEGO Education has delivered hands-on, curriculum-based resources for teachers and students worldwide. LEGO Education believes a hands-on, minds-on approach helps students actively take ownership of the learning process and develop 21st-century skills such as creative thinking and problem solving through real-life, engaging experiences.
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With that said, my son is very happy with it. I just think it's a bit of a ripe off. For the same money, I can get 500 mine-craft legos. I honestly don't get why these "education" kits are so expensive. it's ridiculous.
Very inspriing for children!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love the concept of this toy. I am disappointed that I could only build one machine at a time because, there is only 2 long red bricks and almost all of the machines require at... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Karen Sanders
If your kids are a bit too young for the Lego technic sets, this is for you. It is expensive, but it is so much fun. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Bilyeu