Terrain Walkers, the Kids First Coding & Robotics challenge pack and the Architectural Engineering kit offer innovative STEM play for kids this Christmas.
Thames & Kosmos has announced the arrival of two new additions to its popular range of Science kits. Terrain Walkers join the best-selling Engineering Makerspace range, while the Kids First Coding & Robotics challenge pack also joins the portfolio.
“Terrain Walkers is the latest addition to our immensely popular Engineering Makerspace range”, says Jo Drage, sales director. “This fantastic new arrival enables children to learn about advanced gear technology and makes the perfect addition to any budding physicist’s portfolio, while offering the high quality customers are used to with our products.”
Terrain Walkers let kids get hands-on with physics and engineering by constructing eight walking machines. Young engineers can explore the workings of gear trains, linkages and intermittent gears as they discover how these elements work together to create complex walking devices.
“We are also happy to announce the addition of our Kids First Coding & Robotics challenge pack”, Jo adds. “With this kit, budding computer enthusiasts aged 4-8 will be able to let their imagination run wild and add even more robotic creations to Sammy’s world, the cute little peanut butter and jam sandwich from our Kids First Coding & Robotics kit. The Coding & Robotics kit can make the perfect Christmas gift, while the challenge pack is an ideal stocking filler.”
The company is also having a restock of its Architectural Engineering kit. This STEM experiment kit explores the engineering principles behind planning and developing buildings and structures. GCSE students of construction and engineering subjects will find the detailed instructions and step-by-step guide valuable when putting together their models.
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