4 Activities in 1 Box – Snake Attack, Dog’s Eye, Brushing Boy, Guitar Boy. STEM-based Playful DIY activities.

  • This kit also includes EASY to understand, STEP-BY-STEP Instruction MANUAL explaining the WORKING PRINCIPLE of the Model. Making time 90 mins and unlimited Playtime.
  • Minimal Adult involvement, No Tools required and Mess-Free Assembly. Activities can be assembled, dissembled & reassembled multiple times.
  • Learning Outcomes: Concept of Linkages, Different types of Linkages, Transfer of Motion with the help of Linkages, Change of direction of Motion due to Linkages.
  • Skills Developed: Motor Skills, Critical Thinking Skills, Real Life Application Skills, Cognitive Skills, Problem-Solving Skills.


What are Linkages? What are different types of Linkages? How does transfer of motion happens with the help of Linkages. How does Scissors mechanism work? How does linkages help in changing the direction of Motion? A Child can get answers to all these questions by performing 4 fun-filled, DIY (Do It Yourself) activities provided in this Box called “Machines We Use”.

The first activity is called “Snake Attack”. In this activity, the child will make a model which will demonstrate how Scissors mechanism works. This model also demonstrates the transfer of motion from one direction to another direction.

The second activity is called “Dog’s Eye”. In this activity, the child will understand the basic concept of Linkages.

The third activity is called “Brushing Boy”. In this activity, the child will make a toy using linkages and understand how transfer of motion happens.

The fourth activity is called “Guitar Boy”. In this activity, the child will apply the knowledge of concepts understood to make a playful toy.

The Box of “Machines We Use” introduces the Science Concept related to Linkages and transfer of Motion due to Linkages to children in a very age-appropriate and fun-filled manner. The Box contains all the parts needed to make the models and also comes with a detailed Instruction Manual, that systematically guides the child to the entire assembly process and its working.



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