How Buoyancy Works?

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The new STEAM LABS™ toybook series has been developed based on the latest pedagogical trend that incorporates “Arts” within the STEM wording. Even though art is an inherent part of the engineering design process, “A” puts emphasis on one of the highest brain functions of human beings, that of inspirational creativity. “Inspiration” has been the driving force behind all humanity’s masterworks, either inventions, architecture, music, painting or literature. STEAM LABS™ toybook series innovate further by bundling the toy with the Theory & Activity book on the outside of the box, shrink-wrapped together. Each set includes sheets of paper with pre-defined sketches which kids can paint, cut and attach on their models. The books explain the theory about the subject and include smart experimental activities that relate to each theme. These books come with our free Augmented Reality app (AR) that makes content much more engaging and entertaining!

For ages 8-12+

Buoyancy Forces Science Kit

Young engineers build 4 awesome sea vessels, including their own futuristic floating hotel, while exploring the science behind flotation and learning all about the amazing history of sea travel and trade with this hands-on STEAM building set.

When they’re done experimenting, kids can take off their hard hats and pick up their coloured pencils and decorate their very own snap-on skins.

Plus, young learners will get a coloured booklet with:

  • a micro-history of sea trade with little-known facts
  • a fun STEM experiment with a submersible
  • the easy-to-master theory behind gravity, pressure, density and buoyancy forces
  • a quiz to test their understanding of key STEM concepts
  • easy-to-follow building instructions
  • printable skins to practice their design skills

Need some inspiration? Use our interactive 3D building app on your desktop and build in virtual reality!

Weight0.4627 kg
Dimensions29 × 20.5 × 5.8 cm

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