Amusement Park Engineer + $25 Gift Card!

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Amusement Park Engineer
What do you need to teach STEM to your preschooler? An engaging storyline to motivate problem solving? Check. A wordless building manual? Check. Large, colorful pieces made for chubby hands? Check yet again. The narrative of Amusement Park Engineer follows a family around the fairgrounds as the children build, fix, and enjoy various amusement park rides.

As you read the story to your child, he will be asked to build the 20 structures (only one model can be built at a time) in the account. His first challenge will be breathing new life into the broken-down rollercoaster by testing out different slopes, humps, bends, and even varying the weight of the car. Then he is on to building a Ferris wheel, carousel, bumper car, free-fall tower, and more! What a lovely way to learn physics! Amusement Park Engineer lays the groundwork for strong STEM (that’s science, technology, engineering, and math) skills and comprehension, and helps develop fine motor skills, visual-spatial skills, and reasoning and concept-development skills. Amusement Park Engineer includes a beautifully-illustrated 32-page storybook, 97 extra-chunky pieces, and a durable storage case with snap-shut lid.
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Manufacturer: Thames & Kosmos
Made in: Taiwan
UPC: 814743011403
Pieces: 97
Models: 20
Manual Pages: 32
Manual Dimensions: 11.5 x 8.25 inches
Faith-Based: No

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Awards and Endorsements:
Parents’ Choice Gold Award Winner 2015
Featured in Purdue University’s Engineering Gift Guide for 2016

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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