A new experience

When children build things and arrive at their own ideas and solutions to construction problems, they are being challenged to learn something, something not just about building, but about physics, chemistry, math and even reading and writing.”

Chris Rogers, Professor of Mechanical Architecture, Tufts University (USA)

showing their projects

ToolKid enables children to concentrate on what they are doing and to work independently. Without strain, they learn how to use a saw, drill, hammer and screwdriver. Their imagination is stimulated by the challenge of realizing their ideas. By making something of their own creation, they learn what it means to work independently toward a specific result, as well as to search for solutions to the problems encountered whilst working. This not only stimulates their creativity but also promotes their self-confidence and their enjoyment of what they are doing.