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STEM Explorers™ Brainometry™

Curious young minds solve the secrets of shapes as they use the included 24 x 3D shape pieces to complete the challenges shown on the STEM challenge cards that come with STEM Explorers™ Brainometry™ set. The challenges on the 10 double-sided challenge cards put your child’s critical thinking, spatial reasoning and problem solving skills to the test while also building colour recognition and fine motor skills. This hands-on learning set is ideal for use in a classroom, at a STEM club or at home.

STEM Explorers™ Brainometry™ is the fun way to build spatial reasoning, critical thinking, and fine motor skills.

Use the 24 included 3D shapes to solve the 2D pattern challenges shown on the STEM challenge cards.
The 24 colourful pieces come in 4 different colours and patterns which helps to boost colour ahd shape recognition skills while children play.
Includes 24 shapes and 10 double-sided challenge cards.
Largest piece measures 2.5cm H x 3.5cm W.
Pieces are easy to wipe clean after use, and store inside the reusable packaging.

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Price £18.25 Available to purchase online https://www.learningresources.co.uk/

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STEM Explorers™ Brainometry™ Reviews

Product Tested By Lucy Kibbler-Weaver – Leo 5 Years

Lucy Awarded The STEM Explorers™ Brainometry™ 5/5

Looks wonderful! So bright and colourful! Brilliant, puzzle and play! I was excited to show the children! Great instructions, although it’s nice to just let them play with the blocks rather than instruct. Yes my son enjoyed playing with this. He loved the colours. My son really enjoyed the shapes and the 3D shape pieces and this was particularly good for him as he’s just into this kind of building/maths at school, he was really excited to do similar at home. He did find the game exciting and challenging. This did keep him entertained. Occasionally some frustrations but we’re soon worked out. He did play this with his siblings. I can see how this game ticks the STEM, critical thinking, problem-solving and spatial reasoning boxes. It was great to see him play with this and concentrate. This would be played with about once each week. This was played with at home after school. He loved that this game followed on from activities in school. I liked the colours and quality, that it’s fun and educational. Definitely ideal age for my son. He is 5 going on 55! He really got into it. Perfect to have in schools as the prefect toy for growing minds. A bit pricey, under £15 would be better. Great quality. I’d buy it, it’s really nice quality, very colourful and eye catching. I would recommend as great quality and good educational toy. Ticked lots of boxes with my five year old. We love it. Beautifully presented and thoughtfully created, my son loved playing with the colourful, tactile pieces, creating shapes and even characters out of them. Lucy Kibbler-Weaver – Leo 5 Years

Product Tested By Sarah Rawcliffe – Adalynn 5 Years

Sarah Awarded The STEM Explorers™ Brainometry™ 5/5

Very good idea for children’s development. This was very easy for my child to use. It was also very easy for them to understand and play. This certainly was fun for Adalynn to play. Loved finding out about the secrets of shapes, 3D shape pieces and completing challenges. This was challenging and educational and certainly kept Adalynn entertained. Also this was played with other children in the family and all enjoyed it. Great that it helps with STEM and early years skills. Did help with building colour recognition and improving fine motor skills. My daughter played with this every day and it is helping with her development. This was played with in the living room where we could all help her play. She enjoyed building the different shapes. I liked how it helps with her development but it is fun as well. Age suitability was ideal. Certainly ideal to have in schools as will help with early years development. Good value. I would buy this as enjoyed by my daughter and helped with her development. I would recommend for the same reason. This was a great educational toy which my daughter really enjoyed and made learning fun. Sarah Rawcliffe – Adalynn 5 Years

Product Tested By Julia Roye – Kanan 5 Years

Julia Awarded The STEM Explorers™ Brainometry™ 3.5/5

I think it is a positive game to get both kids and parents playing together. Instructions clear. This was easy and straightforward to use. I think he needed my assistance to play this game in order for him to understand what he was meant to do.I think he enjoyed it, but more so when playing it with my support. I think he enjoyed completing the challenges but didn’t fully comprehend all the different ways to use the pieces. I think he found it challenging as he could not instantly determine what he needed to do. So did spend time improvising and playing his own games. This game only kept his attention for short periods of time when left on his own to play. He would often use the pieces to make his own shapes. It was mainly played with a parent so I think with the challenges may have felt a bit more like homework than free play. I think this game has the potential to develop these skills in early years but without being able to read the tasks himself it takes away from the independent play and explorative behaviour which may bring about the problem solving and critical thinking. I would not say it helped with colour recognition as my son was more focused on the shapes. This was played a few times a week. Mostly played with on the table, or on the floor if his younger sibling was not in the same room. He loved the shapes as they were new to him. I liked that it was a puzzle with more complexity to challenge the mind. I would suggest maybe 5 is too young. Maybe 6 would be more ideal. I think this would be ideal for schools as it can be used under supervision and therefore explained to provide understanding of the concept. I think its competitively priced. I think the plastic could be more heavy weighted. I possibly would buy this but for an older aged child. I would recommend if the child has an interest in puzzles/shapes. It is a good product but I think it could be more fun by basing the shapes around a theme like animals or dinosaurs. The product was good and challenging but I think it will be more useful to my son when he is able to read and understand the challenges better. Julia Roye – Kanan 5 Years

Great quality. I’d buy it, it’s really nice quality, very colourful and eye catching. I would recommend as great quality and good educational toy. Ticked lots of boxes with my five year old. We love it. Beautifully presented and thoughtfully created, my son loved playing with the colourful, tactile pieces, creating shapes and even characters out of them.

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Lucy Awarded The STEM Explorers™ Brainometry™ 5/5

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