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Klutz Maker Lab Arcade Claw Game

Ages:

8 and up

Aspiring engineers learn all about the physics of pulleys and the real-life applications of claws when building their own arcade game! This exciting and fun hands-on project cultivates engineering, physics and problem solving skills. Looking for more fun? Additional projects included!

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Description

SKU:

730767325824

Explore the physics of pulleys when making your own arcade claw game! Build and play with no time limits or endless dollars to retrieve your prize. Following the illustrated instructions, kids get to transform colorful chipboard building pieces into a realistic arcade machine complete with pulleys and working levers.

 

The set includes three empty prize capsules that you can fill and refill for endless fun! Test your arcade skills and dexterity as you try to retrieve all of the prizes.

 

Then, ready for even more engineering excitement? The book includes additional projects and fun twists on the arcade challenge, including a magnetic mover and a drawing tool.

 

Included:

  • Illustrated 32-page instruction book and supplies for making a working arcade claw game
  • Includes chipboard parts, acetate windows, cotton string in 2 colors, 2 plastic dowels, 2 wheels, 2 tall pulleys, 6 short pulleys, carriage, claw, plastic snaps
  • Encourages problem solving skilss and an interest in physics and engineering
  • Additional projects are included to build a magnetic mover and a drawing tool
  • Dimensions:2.55 x 9.8 x 11.9
  • Fun for grades 3-12

Learn more!

Watch a video by NeoFuns showing off some of the first arcade claw machine invented in the 1930's!

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