Brain-Storm : DIY Build a Rainstick Experiment Kit
This whimsical kit is a wonderful, hands-on experiment which focuses on fine-motor skill-building, problem solving, and experimenting with sound. The Brain-Storm will engage young scientists who busy and excite by how things fit together. The task of “building” the rainstick also builds fine motor skills, finger muscles, problem-solving, concentration, and focus. Older explorers enjoy testing different sound materials and experimenting with volume. This unique, handmade S.T.E.M. learning toy is sure to capture the focus and attention of your little engineer. Each kit comes with a hollow bamboo shoot, poking sticks, elastic bands, rainbow pellets, and fabric circle. Build, experiment, test, listen, and learn while hard-at-play!
The bamboo stick measures approximate 11″
Each poking stick is approximately 2.5″ long
Due to SMALL PARTS this product is recommended for engineers 4+
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Founder and principle designer, Jessica Perkins, has been creating for as long as she can remember, originally helping her mama with her handmade toy store over 20 years ago. With the birth of her children, and all the new little people in her life, Jessica found herself searching for toys that met her educational and design standards.
Inspired by these little explorers, and her understanding of Montessori and Waldorf methodologies, Jessica Perkins began making all of her creations with the belief that children make sense of their world through sensing their world. After years of making, creating, and gifting her creations to friends and family, Jessica decided to start selling her goodies. Since the launch of Mama May i in 2009, Jessica’s passion for artistic expression through toys has blossomed into a business supported by mama’s and papa’s all over the world.
With this learning through play philosophy in mind, Mama May i encourages kids, both big and small, to dive in, make a splash, a scribble, or an inquisitive fiddle on the memories we share together.