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Tinkering Lab Toys Help Kids Connect the Parts with the World Around Them

I love STEM toys and I can not begin to stress that enough.  They incorporate play and learning and help to develop young minds.They help kids connect the parts with the world around them.

Tinkering Labs has great STEM toys that teach children about how motors work.  Their catalyst kit for kids is designed to make children learn to work together, use their gross motor skills and creativity.  Do you want to build a robot?  You can with this set.

This set contains real wood, real motors and real hardware.  The pieces are very good quality and designed to last so that they can be used over and over again in different ways.  Everything your child needs to complete their project is in this box.  This product is recommended for children 8 and up and has an MSRP of $55.

Check out my video review explaining the contents of the box

Look at all of these fun inventions that were created using the Tinkering Labs Electric Motors Catalyst:

The Product: The Electric Motors Catalyst
  • Provides over 50 components: real motors, real hardware, and real wood. I also includes a deck of 10 Challenge Cards that inspire students to design, build, and test their own inventions.
  • Can be purchased at or on Amazon.
  • Top 10 Best Seller in its category on Amazon.
  • Product Links:
Background: Gever Tulley and the Tinkering Movement
  • Gever Tulley, co-founder of Tinkering Labs, is the father of the modern tinkering movement.
  • It started in 2005 when he founded Tinkering School. Tinkering School started with 8 students and now teaches over 1,000 students each year.
  • It continued in 2011 when he launched Brightworks, widely regarded to be one of the top 10 most innovative schools in the world.
  • Links about Gever Tulley & the Tinkering Movement:


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