Mix 'N' Match Colour Imaginator

Rs. 749.00

SMARTER LEARNING:
With this kit, children learn about Colour Theory and Gears by building a two-part Mix ’n’ Match Colour Imaginator. The Colour Imaginator consists of coloured sectors and two mechanical parts. The colour mixing wheel, when spun with coloured sectors fitted on it, forms new colours. In the Colour Imaginator game, a kid can predict the resulting colour by flagging the colour they think will be seen, and a marble released shows the actual result. SMART LEARNINGS:Colours and Colour Theory: What are colours, What happens when you mix two colours (or more), How can you make your own colours…Gears: What are...

With this kit, children learn about Colour Theory and Gears by building a two-part Mix ’n’ Match Colour Imaginator. The Colour Imaginator consists of coloured sectors and two mechanical parts. The colour mixing wheel, when spun with coloured sectors fitted on it, forms new colours. In the Colour Imaginator game, a kid can predict the resulting colour by flagging the colour they think will be seen, and a marble released shows the actual result.



SMART LEARNINGS:
Colours and Colour Theory: What are colours, What happens when you mix two colours (or more), How can you make your own colours…
Gears: What are gears, How gears work, How gears affect motion…

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Parents and Children Share Their Smartivity Experience
"Several important concepts in motion, pressure and mechanics are used but the beauty is that the kids feel it and understand it intuitively way before they need to learn about it. Love the thought the team has put into the graphics, the material and the overall product. Kudos it's been a long time (ever?) since I have been blown by an Indian product." - Sandeep Pangal (Parent, on amazon.in)
"There's a sense of completion at every stage, especially exciting when the individual parts lock into each other and begin to move. This was the bit my daughter enjoyed the most - even making me shoot a video to show her grandparents the progress via Whatsapp." - Nisha Khot (parent, via email)
"The best part I liked about the model was if I made a mistake I had to really think, identify the problem and then come up with the solution. I also enjoyed painting it. It is awesome and one of my best games so far." - Shalitha (11 year old patron, via email)