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Momentix Toys

As students build chain reactions with our pieces, they practice creative, resilient problem-solving and develop an intuition for mechanics

Momentix Machines is a chain reaction building kit that allows kids to quickly build levers, ramps, and pulleys to interact with the world around them. The kit comes with 41 wooden pieces and building essentials, 19 design challenges, and 9 mechanism suggestions. It also includes curriculum that discusses scientific values + diversity; the engineering design process; and basic mechanics concepts. As students build chain reactions with our pieces, they practice creative, resilient problem-solving and develop an intuition for mechanics.

Pilot Opportunity

We have a few spots left in our Teacher Ambassador program. The goal of this pilot is to co-create with students and educators in grades 2-7. Our ask is that teachers offer their input and feedback in exchange for a free classroom kit (which includes 8 building sets and accompanying curriculum).

This means that teachers can use Momentix as 1) a tool to teach and practice the engineering+design process; 2) a way to start a conversation about invention and entrepreneurship; and 3) empower students to be part of the iterative design process applied to a real product. Outside of the Ambassador Program, teachers can purchase a classroom kit, custom programming, or a facilitated workshop via our Kickstarter make/100 campaign this February.

Product Video

Curriculum In Action With Students
CONTENT AREA(S)
Science
STEM / STEAM
CTE / 21st Century Skills
GRADE LEVEL(S)
2 3 4 5 6 7
Pricing for this product
Per Student $25 to $75
Per Teacher $850
Per School $3400
Bulk Discounts are available.

Bulk discounts may be discussed with your account representative.

SUPPORT DOCUMENTS
TYPE OF CURRICULUM
Supplemental
CURRICULUM FEATURES
Time to implement (weeks): 1 week (with the option to scaffold into long-term projects or in-depth exploration of design concepts)
Tutorial Video
Games Video
ASSESSMENT
Pre-assessment
Summative

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