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          Tinkering At Home

           
           

          Not sure what do to while you’re stuck at home? We have some options for you! Take a look at our new offerings that are designed specifically to help you at home, whether you are a parent, teacher or kid.

          Tinkering at Home brought to you by:

           
           
           
           
           
           

           Tinkering With Gever

           
           

          Join Tinkering School’s founder Gever Tulley and friends for some tinkering wisdom, fun provocations, and lots of laughs as they explore and tinker with common household materials and tools.

          In this one of a kind live show, when things go wrong, the audience gets to see!

          Live Shows @ 3pm PST, Fridays

          Episodes will be recorded and available on our Youtube Channel.

           

          Electric Motors Catalyst - Tinkering Kit

           
           

          TINKER WITH REAL MOTORS, WOOD, AND HARDWARE

          The best-selling Electric Motors Catalyst includes 50+ high-quality parts that are made to last. It’s more than a toy — real hardware and tools help kids connect the parts with the world around them.

          GET STARTED WITH INSPIRATIONAL CHALLENGES

          There’s no limit to what kids can invent with the Catalyst, but a deck of 10 cards ignites the imagination with challenges like “Build a machine that can scramble an egg.”

          ENGAGE IN STEM LEARNING

          The Catalyst gives kids an intuitive sense for STEM principles from electric circuits to forces and friction. Teachers: check out our guide to Next Generation Science Standards connections

          CREATE ENDLESS DESIGNS WITH 100% REUSABLE PARTS

          The Electric Motors Catalyst is not a one-time activity or a single project—it’s meant to be made and unmade and remade in as many ways as kids can imagine.

           

           50 Dangerous Things

           
           

          In a time when children are too often coddled, 50 Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) reminds readers that climbing trees is good for the soul, and that a pocket knife is not a weapon. Full of exciting ways children can explore the world around them, this book explains how to “Play with Fire” and “Taste Electricity” while learning about safety. With easy-to-follow instructions, it includes:

          ? Activities, like walking a tightrope
          ? Skills, like throwing a spear
          ? Projects, like melting glass
          ? Experiences, like sleeping in the wild

          As it guides you through these childlike challenges and more, 50 Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) will inspire the whole household to embrace a little danger.

           

          Educator Blog

           
           

          Part of Tinkering School’s mission is to pass along what we've learned! Here are a few noteworthy examples of the collective knowledge and intentional training that has made our programming successful. 

           

          Tinkering School is a trademark of Tinkering Unlimited and is registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office.

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