How do you introduce children to the fascinating world of STEM? Look no further than our super fun and exciting FEAK kits, STEM experiment kits with a focus on fun activities while learning. The kits start at an affordable £15.00 RRP and primary school children (and adults alike!) can let their imagination run wild.
A favourite amongst children big and small are the super fun Squishy Organs. Anatomy has never been so fun! With the Squishy Organs science kit, children from the age of 8 can learn all about the human body and its vital organs by making their own squishy, slimy models of them with a bouncing brain made out of putty! A fun, mushy, hands-on learning experience which is sure to provide hours of experimenting fun! Find out more here.
New to the FEAK range are the Gravity Bugs, a free climbing-microbot crawling into the UK in May 2021. With this kit you get to build a mighty robotic bug that defies gravity to crawl up, down, and all around windows with ease! This motorised, multi-legged machine uses an ingenious system of suction cups to walk on smooth vertical surfaces like windows and glossy panels. Children from the age of 8 get to learn about engineering and physics while watching this powerful robot climbing up and up! Find out more here.
Another new arrival this year and dancing its way into the UK in June is the incredible inflatable Aero Dancer. Build a zany inflatable tube dancer that uses the physics of flowing air to perform its eye-catching moves. Like the air dancers and tube men you may have seen around your town, this motorised device uses a blower motor and a fabric tube to slink, shimmy, and shake around. With this kit, children aged from 8 years conduct experiments to learn lessons in air pressure, airflow, and aerodynamics and learn about gears and circuits as you assemble the fan. Find out more here.
Head to our website at www.thamesandkosmos.co.uk or follow us on social media at @thamesandkosmosuk where you can find lots more fun Board Games and Science kits to entertain the children and let their knowledge grow.