Learning STEM Concepts with Geomag Mechanics Challenge Set

By 8/12/2020 01:28:00 PM , ,

Like most kids, my son enjoys building sets that can become action "toys". So we couldn't wait to open our Geomag Mechanics Gravity Challenge Set, which lets him build a magnetic cannon mechanism.

Note: I received product sample for review purpose, but any personal views expressed are always 100% my own

At first glance it looks like a lot of pieces inside the Geomag Mechanics Gravity Challenge. But after a quick sorting of parts that go together, kids can quickly start building each section.

The actual building might take a little time since certain parts have to be put together properly so the whole set can work. But it's easy to figure out and go back and rebuild.

My son had to rebuild some sections a few times (without my help) and this allowed him to use his problem solving and planning abilities. LOL

Once he had the pieces built and put together, the "fun" didn't end there. He could then play 1 of the 3 games the set could be made into. That was a bonus since the set doesn't just end one way.

Which came in handy when other kids came over to play. After learning the basics, they helped my son re-build sections so they can enjoy in and play the games also.

Building the Geomag 96pc Gravity Challenge was a great way to teach the kids team work, while they learned STEM concepts like Science (which motions happen based on actions), Engineering (how to build structures), and Math (how many pieces need to be added/taken away).

Geomag Challenge Magnetic 96 pieces (SRP: $24.99) stimulates children's creativity, inventiveness and a hands-on approach to problem-solving. Once the cannon is built children can challenge other players to see who scores more goals.

In addition to magnetic rods and steel spheres, Geomag Mechanics adds mechanical elements within the construction platform that allows for expanded play possibilities.

STEM.org certified toy that helps in the development of creativity, fine motor skills in addition to stimulating imaginative play and curiosity through the science of magnetic construction.

To learn more, visit - www.geomagworld.com

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