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Discover a world of endless possibilities with the Creative Engineering series for girls and boys aged 4 - 10+. Each epic set can create more than ten incredible models! Connect the Engino motor to bring each toy to life and experience the rip-roaring, high-octane world of helicopters, supersonic jets and drag racers in full action!SHOP NOW
STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Our range of toys encourage kids to develop these core skills through play, and learn how each of these subjects relate to each other and the real world.
Children learn more when they’re having fun, so it’s important...
There’s certainly no denying that technology plays a huge role...
Design, zoom in on, rotate, assemble and disassemble models with the virtual three-dimensional space! Easily select virtual connecting points from the library and construct your model.SHOP NOW
Our family loves toys that we can build ourselves and use our imaginations with and this set was a perfect fit. The box it comes in is reuseable and latches on both sides and has a convenient carry handle to make storing this set easy. Right off the bat, I noticed that the tires are actually a rubber material so whatever we create will be able to actually roll and won’t just slide around. I also love that this comes with an extracting tool so in the event a piece is hard to get off, the tool can be used.
My son is really into building things, and taking things apart. Let's face it, Legos are just outrageously expensive. and while he loves legos we can't just really afford to be spending that kind of money on legos. When i saw this and and all the different things you could build out of it, I took a chance and got it, hoping that he would love it, and he did! i gave this to him the other day and he's barely stopped playing with it ever since. He's built several different models already. This is a great alternative to legos. really nice product.
My eight year old had problems piecing together. Some pieces slide in and others pop in. Also not as sturdy and well made as LEGO’s. Love the concepts, don’t like the materials. Could have been made with stronger plastic. Instructions only provided a couple options. Others need to be found on the provided web site. It’s not something a child could do on there own. Requires adult help and supervision. Overall: it could be better. I expected more from a STEM toy.