CAUTION - ELECTRIC TOY: Not recommended for children under 8 years of age. As with all electric products, precautions should be observed during handling and use to prevent electric shock. . English Version of Warning in upper right hand corner of PDP|INPUT: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 10 W
OUTPUT: 12 VDC 500 mA 6W
Exciting STEM Set! The K''NEX® Education Simple Machines Deluxe set is designed to introduce students to the scientific concepts associated with simple machines - Levers, Pulleys, Wheel & Axles, Inclined Planes, including Wedge and Screw, and Gears. Students are provided with the opportunity to acquire skills using a hands-on, inquiry based approach to information and concepts. Working cooperatively, students are encouraged to interact with each other as they build, investigate, discuss and evaluate scientific principles in action.
The teacher''s guide provides a glossary of key terms and definitions, includes an overview of the concepts associated with the different simple machines, identifies student objectives for each investigation, and offers plans and scripts to successfully present selected models and their associated activities. Student Activity and Reference Sheets comprise illustrations and definitions of some of the concepts featured in the model building activities.
Set includes 3447 K''NEX® parts - enough to build 60 simple machine models! Supports 10 - 15 students working in teams. Grades 3 - 9. Building instructions comprehensive teacher''s guide aligned to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Standards included. Packaged in a strong storage tub with snap-on lid.
STEM Education focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics concepts taught through problem-solving, discovery, exploratory learning and critical thinking. STEM Education requires students to be active participants in the learning. K''NEX® models offer hands-on learning opportunities that encourage scientific inquiry, investigation and experimentation. Our inquiry-based lessons challenge students as they build, investigate, problem solve, discuss, and evaluate scientific and design principles in action. Aligned to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math standards.