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OUR REVIEW OF

Morphun Total STEM

£57.00

An amazing introduction to gears, chains, and pulleys to support creative STEAM learning
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Age: 7 – 10 years

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Description

Total Stem Engineering education compendium set gives the teacher in one huge tub a full spread from the whole award winning Morphun STEM gears range at a price that is lower than all the parts bought separately. The many and different levels of instructions in the set will be supported by many more printable on-line instructions. The set is being sold in two versions with and without in class Curriculum based work-cards in English and Optional Guide books.

Instruction sheets are supplied in sets with Many more available on-line for Free.

STEM hands on education

Hand eye coordination, Develops fine motion skills, Problem solving challenges, Strong playable structures, Stimulates creativity, Colour and shape learning, Helps basic understanding of physics, Creative play that builds physical, and cognitive growth, STEM construction education for the 21st Century.

Probably the most versatile STEM learning construction sets ever made. More ways to join, more variety of pieces, is just more fun. More colour instructions than any competitor.

Great STEM hands on products inspire Engineers Architects and Designers

Additional information

Weight0.64 kg
Dimensions389.89 × 280.67 × 170.18 mm

What our testers said

“I cannot believe it actually works.” Boy aged 10

“Let’s pretend we are in a workshop and making things.” Boy aged 9

What our experts think

This was a real favourite with our testers, both with and without the expansion pack. Children loved following the instructions to build a huge variety of models. Once built, they found it amazing that the models moved and thoroughly enjoyed showing them off to their friends.

Following the instructions encouraged children to persevere and gave them a great sense of achievement when they had completed their model. As they built, children had to problem solve – for example, when they noticed they had used the wrong block or the gears were too far apart to turn one another.

Younger children needed to be shown how to fit together some of the more fiddly pieces, such as sliding the sides of the block together, but once they know what to do children are able to play independently.

Skills developed

– Encourages problem solving in order to build a successful model

– Inspires imaginative play with the models built

– Supports children’s understanding of engineering and applied science