Not just an educational kit.
Say hello to Science Boxes™ and the very first one is the Tinker Box.
The Tinker Box is a DIY* educational science kit that contains assorted building materials, Kidvento electronic bits, motors, connectors and a user manual. Every kid can use their kit to build over 12 toys and projects using concepts of science.
Let the innovation begin.
Why get a Tinker Box? Because of the following!
What do the children of today lack? Experience.
While previous generations used to learn through experience or apprenticeships, the children of today learn theoretically so that they have a broader range of career choices.
Only when a selection of career is upon them do they realize that they’ve never developed the skills to actually perform the tasks that the job demands.
Science Boxes inculcate children with a few skills in assembling projects, robots and toys using science concepts but more importantly, it teaches them to use their mind to think innovatively and create their own projects and toys. Making the experience both developmental and educational.
Save thousands of rupees that are spent on robotics workshops and develop practical skills with Science Boxes.
Robotics workshops teach children how to build a few robots or models using plug and play components, children rarely gain any useful knowledge or are able to apply any of that knowledge once the workshop ends. With a Science Box, however, children can learn how machines actually function and use science concepts to build each project. Additionally, Science Boxes don’t focus solely on robotics or any one scientific concept.
Why Science Boxes are foundationally different from subscription craft boxes.
Science Boxes focus on promoting creativity and innovation through scientific and educational concepts while subscription craft boxes focus on promoting creativity through artistic ability. Science Boxes don’t rely on paper, cardboard, paints or other craft materials. Every material in a Science Box is of premium quality and sturdy enough to handle the function of every toy and model. The toys can be built to function manually or automatically using the bits and sensors. Science Boxes are curriculum-based and focus on the topics that are taught in school. Finally, the Tinker Box comes with instructions for 12 projects while craft boxes usually contain 2-4 projects per box.