Learning Resources Pendulonium STEM Challenge Set

Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: STEM, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Physics, Force, Momentum Transfer, Brain Model, Muscle, Eye-hand Coordination, Basic Engineering Principles - 5 Year & Up - 17 Pieces
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Learning Resources Pendulonium STEM Challenge Set - Physics fundamentals become playtime fun with this pendulonium STEM challenge. This hands-on activity set challenges children to send the included launch balls flying toward goal cups and targets with the help of a three-piece adjustable pendulum. What seems like a collection of simple tasks will actually challenge each child's engineering, problem-solving and critical-thinking skills as they play around with early physics concepts such as force and momentum in search of the ideal solution. In addition to using their brains, children will also have to make careful use of their muscles. The pendulum is completely child-powered and helps build hand-eye coordination and muscle control without the need for extra batteries, springs or rubber bands. Each activity set comes with a full-color booklet filled with easy-to-build challenges that also ramp up in difficulty to encourage leveled play and continued development. Pendulonium STEM challenge is designed for children ages 5 and up.

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    Learning Resources
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    Pendulonium STEM Challenge Set 1 x full-color booklet filled
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    Pendulonium STEM Challenge Set
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    5 Year & Up
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    Basic Engineering Principles Brain Model Critical Thinking Eye-hand Coordination Force Momentum Transfer Muscle Physics Problem Solving STEM
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