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American Scientific IQ KEY Perfect 600 Robotic STEM Educational Kit

Item #: 1582547
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Stimulate right brain creativity by encouraging your students to design and build machines of their own. Use the IQ Key to identify different simple machines that are working together to transfer and transform energy. The key will help students learn about engineering and it's applications. Design, build, and refine a device, then observe energy demonstrations to learn about energy conversion, circuits, and how the machines and energy can be used for problem-solving. Two AA batteries required (not included).
  • Mix and match the 84 included pieces to create up to 20 different models
  • Included teacher's guide shows how to encourage critical thinking and problem-solving using STEM concepts, Common Core, and Next Generation Science Standards
  • Unique playing experience for people of all ages
  • Perfect series focuses on engineering and electronics skills teaching how to build robots and learn how they operate