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Recommended for ages 5 to 10 years


Encourage an early love of STEM learning with this one-of-a-kind City Engineering & Design Building Set®. Little engineers can create their own skyscrapers, cranes, bridges and more with 89 easy-to-assemble pieces. Use the included activity cards to complete design challenges, or create your own city. It’s a unique way to challenge logic, problem-solving and engineering skills.


  • This city-themed, all inclusive building kit has been specifically designed to engage and inspire young children in STEM learning (science, technology, engineering and math lessons).
  • Set engages primary learners in the understanding of key engineering skills:
    • Problem solving
    • Investigation
    • Design
  • Children conduct hands-on investigations and record data to find the optimum situation for each activity.
  • Ideal solo or group activity.
  • Engaging kit will encourage an enthusiasm for STEM from a young age.
  • STEM activity set includes:
    • 89 construction site pieces, including platforms, flags, cones, posts and many more.
    • 2 builders
    • 1 truck
    • 10 challenge cards
    • Sticker sheet for customization
    • Activity guide
  • Plastic platform pieces measure approximately 4.25 x 4.25 inches.
  • Includes an additional art component for STEAM lessons.
  • Features multilingual packaging and activity guide.
  • Helps children development skills in problem solving, following directions, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, sequential thought, critical thinking, spatial relationships, creativity and early engineering.
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