Roller Coaster Marble Slide

Rs. 749.00

SMARTER LEARNING:
Kids can learn about Gravity, Motion Transfer and Banking by building the Roller Coaster Marble Slide, a mix of slider game and pool table. Once built, a kid can raise marbles along the wheel, and release them. As the marble slides down the track, they can alter the direction in which the marble will move with the help of levers on the two sides. On the marble-pool part of the game, kids can place marbles,in such a way that the striker marble coming from the slide track hits them and the strike sends them in the corner or side pockets....

Kids can learn about Gravity, Motion Transfer and Banking by building the Roller Coaster Marble Slide, a mix of slider game and pool table. Once built, a kid can raise marbles along the wheel, and release them. As the marble slides down the track, they can alter the direction in which the marble will move with the help of levers on the two sides. On the marble-pool part of the game, kids can place marbles,in such a way that the striker marble coming from the slide track hits them and the strike sends them in the corner or side pockets.


SMART LEARNINGS:
Gravity: Why do things fall, How does gravity work, Why do we slide down a slide, How can gravity be used to create motion…
Banking: Why are roads built on a mountain full of twists and turns, Why don’t we build a road like stairs, How does centrifugal and centripetal forces work, What is banking…

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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)