In Crazy Gears, kids experiment with a variety of tools and moving parts to build a simple machine.
Students will immerse themselves in a study of motion, lode, and construction of various wheels throughout history.
With National Engineers Week taking place this February 17-23, it's a great time to explore products that budding engineers will love to play with and learn from.
element14.com, the online community for engineers, has donated 250 micro:bit devices to support coding in the classroom.
This annual contest recognizes one middle school, high school, or college educator with a prize valued at $5,500 for innovatively using Vernier technology to introduce engineering concepts or practices to their students.
Mosa Mack Science features earth, physical, and life science units aimed at middle school classrooms.
With the right resources, it's possible to build even more advanced structures, such as farms and polymer factories.