Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G
Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G
Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G
Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G
Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G
Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G
Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G
Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G

Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G

  • Model: B01B14Z48G
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  • Beginner set gets kids' hands and mental gears in motion for imagination, early learning, and open-ended play

  • Engage in spinning action to increase fine motor movement and enhance problem solving skills

  • 60-Piece set includes 28 uniformly sized gears in six colors: red, orange, yellow, purple, green, and blue; 4 interlocking square base plates, 14 square pillars, 13 six-way axles, handle, and Activity Guide

  • Part of the Gears! Gears! Gears! line of hands-on construction sets that build early STEM skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, and perseverance

  • Ideal for ages 3+

  • Set imaginations in colorful motion! Introduce young builders to the world of gears with this starter set featuring fun, bright new colors and kid-friendly pieces for easy construction. Invites "little engineers" to discover a world of building possibilities while developing critical thinking and problem solving skills. Includes 28 colorful gears, 14 square pillars, 13 six-way axles, 4 interlocking bases, handle, and Activity Guide. Compatible with all other Gears!Gears!Gears! sets for even more imagination and fun.

    Learning Resources Gears Starter Building Set (60 Piece) - B01B14Z48G


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