Machines & Mechanisms for Primary School
Discover how the real world works
Machines & Mechanisms enable primary school pupils to discover how the real world works. With Machines & Mechanisms, pupils get an in-depth understanding of mechanical and structural principles built into everyday machines. By building, designing, and testing solutions, pupils work as young scientists and engineers, all while honing design technology, science, and maths skills. We support teachers by providing easy-to-use, age-appropriate, hands-on materials along with guided lessons that tick technology and science curriculum boxes.
Age: 7+ | 2 pupils | 204 pieces
This set contains a brick assortment that includes gears, wheels and axles, levers, and pulleys. Use this set with the accompanying curriculum pack to engage students in investigating and understanding the operation of simple and compound machines found in everyday life. The support materials provided in this curriculum pack include teacher guidance and student worksheets.
Early Simple Machines
Age: 5+ | 2 pupils | 102 pieces
This set contains a brick assortment and building instructions. It includes gears, levers, pulleys, wheels and axles, as well as a plastic punch-out sheet with eyes, sails, scales and wings. Use this set with the accompanying curriculum pack to conduct lessons, extension activities, and problem-solving tasks. The support materials provided in this curriculum pack include teacher guidance and pupil worksheets.
Key Learning Values
- Pupils can observe and investigate simple machines. Discover mechanical principles by exploring, investigating, and solving tasks related to mechanical principles as well as learn about energy, balance, buoyancy, and much more.