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This kit is a valuable STEAM teaching tool to help stress the importance of experimentation and of trial and error. Using their imagination, creativit
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This kit is a valuable STEAM teaching tool to help stress the importance of experimentation and of trial and error. Using their imagination, creativity and their wits, students should use these tools to create a device to protect a falling egg. Can you build a cradle for an egg falling from 1 meter? Includes 10 cardboard tubes, 5 1/4" x 1 3/4" diam.; 50 wooden craft sticks, 5 3/4"; 25 paper straws, 7 3/4"; 100 oz. packing peanuts; 4 pieces of yarn, 70"; 100 rubber bands; 10 corrugated cardboard squares, 6" x 6"; and 10 plastic sheets, 20" x 20". Makes 12. Simple assembly required. © OTCThe following item is considered a STEAM craft. The directions for this item are extremely simplified, as there is no right/wrong way to put this item together. The purpose of this product is to learn through the process of experimentation, and trial and error.
"This is kit is a great timesaver for teachers because it comes with all the supplies ready to assemble. This works well for small groups or individual projects."Natalie, Educational Product Development Specialist, Nebraska
Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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