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Learning Resources Gears! Gears! Gears! Deluxe Building Set, 100 Pieces

AED 172
Order now and get it bySep 30 - Oct 02

Product Description

A brand-new addition to the best-selling Gears! Gears! Gears! line of building toys

Fosters imagination and provides opportunities to design and build structures while experimenting with simple mechanics and science

Supports STEM by introducing children to sorting, grouping, counting, design, and construction

Set of 100 pieces includes colorful gears, connectors, interlocking bases, and a handle

For ages 3 and up

GEARS! GEARS! GEARS! ® provides many opportunities for young children to experiment with simple mechanics and science

Bright colors and easy-to-assemble pieces encourage children to create moving masterpieces

There are so many ways to build, children discover something new every time they play!

There are many different ways to arrange the bases; rows, pyramids, zigzags and more!

Includes pillars, connectors and cranks - Allows kids to explore the fascinating action that can be created with gears!

"Mom! I made a crawling caterpillar! ... A rolling racecar! ... A ... thing!" With a whopping 95 pieces, Gears! Gears!
Gears! Basic Building Set is a fantastic first construction toy for young builders. Bright, sturdy, uniformly sized
plastic gears slip smoothly onto pegs on the square bases, which are easily linked together in any number of ways.
Pillars and extenders expand the dimensional possibilities sideways, up, and out. Your 3-year-old will be an instant
success at inventing any number of masterpieces with moving, working parts. Gears! Gears! Gears! holds plenty of
intrigue for older siblings as well. An activity guide with instructions in English, Spanish, French, and German is
included. And, as your little inventor grows, the basic set is perfectly compatible with other Gears! Gears! Gears!
sets, including Wacky Factory and the Pulleys Plus accessory set. --Julie Ubben

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