Stem 3D – Project based learning kit for the Classroom
Technology is amazing.
But with so many available avenues, how do we incorporate it into a streamlined learning tool that can be deployed into a classroom.
Introducing stem 3d kits.
Stem kits are small projects that include all necessary core hardware whilst giving students freedom of expression in designing some of the componentry needed to assemble the final working product.
Each kit comes with instructions handbooks for students as well as teachers, making them a complete resource with all necessary documentation to finish the items.
These small projects that students make allow them to fully implement their classroom knowledge in a hands on way, whilst covering topics that are specific to the requirements of the school. There are a superb range of handy little items to make.
These are not just pretty vases or statues, each kit is a real world functional item that can perform its specific task.
Think of these as an extension to the Lego & Meccano that many of us love.
Working with the vast range of components within each kit exposes students to different sets of controlled challenges, & this empowers learning with 3D Printing technology like never before.
Have a look at the range of items we have stem kits for – your pupils are sure to love them!
Project-based learning and 3D printing are pivotal avenues for teaching STEM subjects, engaging students on new levels, and preparing them for future careers. Afinia offers several 3D Printing STEM Kits, which support project-based learning in the classroom.
Each pack comes with student workbooks and a teacher’s guide to help you seamlessly integrate the projects into your curriculum.
Read more about each kit below, contact us to find out more
Prices start from just $28+gst per kit with discounts for multiple quantities or a bundle of different kits.
Please contact us to discuss pricing for a larger quantity.
Please specify which kit you would like in the comments when you order.
Available STEM Kits:
This is a great STEM project for teachers to further teaching on topics such as electric motors, gears, kinematics and basic principles of physics, such as the conservation of energy.
In this project, students get to design and build their own robot, while learning about servo and stepper motors. The science of simple machines is also a focus of this lesson.
Enrich students’ understanding of robotics, mechanics, simple programming mathematics, and art. Students will use browser-based programming apps to direct the Spirobot.
Heart Rate Watch
In this project students will design, print, and build their very own heart rate monitor. This project is great for further teaching on topics such as 2D drawings, electrical energy storage, voltage conversion and electronics.
LED Digital Clock
In this project, students will design, print, and then build their very own LED digital clock. This is a great STEM project for teachers to do further teaching on topics such as time, temperature, LEDs, and electronics.
Solar Battery Charger
In this project, students will design, print, and build their very own solar battery charger. This is a great STEM project for teachers to do further teaching on topics such as solar power, renewable energy, and electronics.
USB Power Bank
In this project, you’ll learn about the basics of 2D drawings, interpreting 2D drawings, CAD modeling, 3D printing, and assembling electronic components. A great project to enhance lessons in electricity!
M.I.R.A – 5 Axis Mini Industrial Robot Arm
Robotics and 3d printers are the fastest technologies used in education and research. MIRA is the ideal platform for teaching for teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) principles at all levels.
Mini Boom Box
Turn up the music! Students can build a speaker that connects to their phone, MP3 player, or other portable device. This project is great for further teaching on topics such as sound and sound waves, amplifiers and speakers, circuit diagrams and electronics.
In this project, you’ll learn about the basics of design and development, following design requirements, market research, creating and developing concepts, CAD modeling, 3D printing, and assembly electronic components.