Discovering STEM - Newton's Laws

Learn about Newton's Three Laws of Motion

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Young inventors put on their hard hats and take a deep dive into the world of mechanical engineering to figure out how Newton's Laws of Motion behave in the real world.

Working by themselves or with a parent, young learners build their own moving machines to experiment with different forms of energy and put the new theories they learn along the way to the ultimate test!   

Ages 9+

What You Get

Engino - Newton's Laws. Contains easy-to-follow instructions to create up to 6 models, therory and facts of every scientific principle and history involved, experiments & quizzes to test newly acquired knowledge, extraction tool for easy disassembly.

Number of parts included in pack: 115


  • Newton's Laws: Inertia, Momentum, Kinetic Potential Energy
  • Force & Motion
  • Engineering and Building
  • STEM
  • Physics

How It Works

Build 6 working models such as ballistic catapult, gravity fan, collision car, moving cabin, balloon-powered plane and a dragster with easy to follow instructions. Detailed explanations of the different scientific principles involved. 

Other Key Features:

  • Patented snap-fit connectivity & multidirectional pivots let children build in any direction and at any angle.
  • Fully compatible with all Engino products for hours of freestyle creative play.
  • Build up to 9 working models with extra online instructions 
  • Environmentally friendly, toxin-free plastic is made to last, guaranteeing years of play 


WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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Length (cm) 6
Width (cm) 37
Height (cm) 27
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