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Four new K’NEX® education building sets introduced

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K’NEX Brands introduces four new additions to its K’NEX Education product line, offering hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning.

Aligned to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math standards, the new K’NEX Education sets are designed for small groups of students, 3-4 children, ages 9 years and up, and teach concepts through problem-solving, discovery, exploratory learning and critical thinking.   

The K’NEX Education Simple and Compound Machines Building Set is designed to expand upon middle school students’ knowledge of simple machines concepts.  Set includes 332 K’NEX parts and supports 1-2 students, Grades 5-9. SRP $59.99. Available now on knexeducation.com and at select education and toy retailers nationwide.

The K’NEX Investigating Solar Energy Set includes a solar panel, solar motor and capacitor for storing energy.  Set includes 128 K’NEX parts and supports 1-2 students, Grades 5-9. SRP $69.99. Available now on knexeducation.com and at select education and toy retailers nationwide.

The K’NEX Education Exploring Wind and Water Energy Set is designed to address critical science, technology and engineering concepts in the middle school classroom. Set includes 288 K’NEX parts and supports 1-2 students, Grades 5-9. SRP $69.99. Available now on knexeducation.com and at select education and toy retailers nationwide.

Designed for students to investigate a variety of concepts related to forces, energy and motion, the K’NEX Forces and Newton’s Laws Building Set concepts are fashioned around rigorous STEM content and national standards.  Set includes 115 K’NEX parts and supports 1-2 students, Grades 5-9. SRP $59.99. Available now on knexeducation.com and at select education and toy retailers nationwide.

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