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K'NEX EDUCATION - INTRODUCTION TO SIMPLE MACHINES, WHEELS AND AXELS
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K'NEX EDUCATION - INTRODUCTION TO SIMPLE MACHINES, WHEELS AND AXELS

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KN78620

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Description:

These K'Nex kits inspire young minds and satisfy kids' curiosity on how to construct simple machines. Each innovative kit keeps young builders busy and intrigued for hours at a time. This Wheels, Axles and Inclined Planes Kit builds seven different models and allows kids to work solo or as a team. The models demonstrate wheels and axles and inclined planes, including a wedge and screw. Includes a compartmentalized storage case with snap-on lid. Curriculum sold separately. Box measures approximately 2.5" x 11.5" x 14.25".

Product Details:
Product Length: 2.4 inches
Product Width: 12.2 inches
Product Height: 12.4 inches
Product Weight: 2.29 pounds
Package Length: 12.4 inches
Package Width: 12.3 inches
Package Height: 2.3 inches
Package Weight: 2.45 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 17 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 17 customer reviews )
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33 of 38 found the following review helpful:

5grampa purchaseMar 28, 2010
By J. wolf "big doc"
this is the greatest grampa/grandaughter (4) afternoon science project ever. great sorting and visual/motor stuff, wonderful opportunity for grampa to butt out of the problem solving and only come in as a last resort. the disassembly process encourages good work habits, the assembly process rewards planning...just an absolutely cool experience, as long as grandma is available to keep the two year old out of the mix

15 of 18 found the following review helpful:

2Showcase model does not work as pictured.Oct 18, 2011
By Tell_It
The model that is showcased on the front of this set does not work as designed. The yellow steering wheel does not turn the car's axle; it just spins around on the blue rod (ie "steering column"). In the picture, the steering wheel looks as though it is attached firmly to the orange clip. Not. You can, of course, take the steering wheel off and just spin the blue rod itself and this _will_ turn the wheels. However, the name of this model is "Steering Wheel"(!!!) and it is the large model pictured on the front of the box! (You'd think it would work! My son is very disappointed because this car is the reason that I bought this kit.

I also bought this kit because we had the K'Nex Introduction to Simple Machines: Gears kit last spring. Every model in this kit worked and it was challenging and educational. "Gears" is a good buy, but "Wheels" belongs in the garbage.

This is the "Gears" kit:

K'Nex Education Intro To Simple Machines - Gears - 1 98 Pieces

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

5Given as a giftJan 20, 2013
By Jennifer C
I bought this kit as a gift for a six year old with a bent for tinkering; it's the second kit he's gotten and he enjoys them immensely.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Food for the growing mindFeb 24, 2014
By John Henry
These do for a modern youngster what Tinker Toys did for my generation. They provide entertainment and a feel for physics and design and an opportunity to exercise both imagination and patience to see a project through. They provide opportunity to develop manual dexterity. Pride of accomplishment and confidence also comes with a box of K'nex parts. Instructions actually work. Everyone ought to know when to follow them and that lesson is inside the box too When enough of these little plastic parts lie in a pile, the young imagination is set loose among the resources that can make the imagined thing become real. Get your children some of these and throw out the video games.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5My boys looooooove these K'Nex!Jul 27, 2012
By MotoBella
Can't say enough great things about these K'Nex... great building toys - and it's hard to call them toys when they're so creative in so many ways - my boys will spend hours building, creating, redesigning and building some more with these, I'm glad I got them several different sets so they have endless options.

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