What can students create with Brackitz? They can invent anything they can imagine. Brackitz opens a world of discovery and “Aha!” learning with planks and connecting hubs that spark imagination and creativity. They can create 3D structures, simple machines, animals, buildings and more. And as they build, they’re immersed in design thinking, creativity, and the foundations of math, science, architecture and engineering. Research shows they’ll also grow spatial reasoning skills along the way to boost STEAM achievement.
From early learning environments to K-8 schools, libraries to community centers, Brackitz can unleash the creativity in every child. Lesson plans make it easy for teachers to integrate Brackitz projects into core learning.
Turn play into learning. Make learning as engaging as play. Brackitz lesson plans have been developed by curriculum innovators and classroom teachers to help you connect hands-on activities with critical math, science, art and engineering concepts and skills.
Play isn’t all fun and games — it’s also an important teaching tool! Through play, kids learn how to interact with others and develop critical lifelong skills. These 6 benefits all play an important role in raising well-rounded children.
For activity centers, small group and independent learning, Brackitz helps students grow their essential design thinking, collaboration and hands-on learning skills.
Designing and creating simple machines and structures introduces children to real-world STEM and STEAM possibilities.
In school and public libraries, maker spaces are more engaging when children can build big ideas with Brackitz.
Enrich student learning and reinforce the wonder of creativity with open-ended Brackitz projects.
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