ENGINEERING TOYS for Kids

Construction set for kids – for Undiscovered Geniuses!


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Engineering takes our scientific understanding of the natural world and uses it to invent, design & build machines & structures to solve practical problems and needs. This can include the development of roads, bridges, cars, planes, machines and computers.

Children are natural engineers. They enjoy building toys and taking them apart to see how they work. Kids robotic toys serve the purpose well.

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Ever mused over how a robot balances on a ‘high-wire’ on one wheel? Or how machines make work easier? The principles of Mechanics & Engineering are at the core of these abilities.

Our specially selected construction set and kids robotic toys for kids help them make the most of the technology of the future.

Kids discover:“Aha! that’s why!”

Children find several positive benefits when they ‘engineer’ in a self-discovery setting because:
• First of all they build science and maths skills
• Equally relevant, they learn in an environment that is removed from gender bias because it is based on exploration and outcomes
• In addition, they are also removed from the stigma of failure; failure becomes an important part of the problem-solving & exploration process
• Finally they learn there’s no single ‘right’ answer in engineering; one problem can have many solutions.

Our Building toys and construction set for kids are specially selected to help them develop their ability to make the most of the technology of the future. Furthermore they introduce children to the wonders of robotics engineering, ‘Mechatronics’, AI (Artificial Intelligence) (click for more) and wonder material like Graphene (click for more). And consequently have heaps of fun in the process!

Our Robotics Engineering toys for kids are selected from an award-winning selection of STEM Toys from Thames & Kosmos, the global leader in imaginative toys for kids of all ages.

ENGINEERING toys for kids – Give your child a Head-Start.

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