Qubits – Educational Toy

Everyone is familiar with Legos, K’nex and other building toys. For decades, children have been playing with these and others that are similar. There’s no doubt many engineers and architects today discovered their passion through building something with these toys on their bedroom floor.

Qubits are the Legos of the 21st century. They’re a construction toy that not only allows kids to utilize their creativity and dexterity in designing and building structures, it also teaches them about geometric shapes and modular design.

Learning through play is fantastic, especially for younger children. They don’t realize that they’re leaning. It’s just play time to them, but the connections made during this time will stay with them as they grow and learn.

Qubits are unique from other construction toys in that the triangular design mimics many things in nature. The pieces are also flexible. This makes it easy to build things like trees or snowflakes or spheres that are difficult or impossible with other building toys.

You can build towers, boats, spaceships and practically anything that you can imagine. They’re super sturdy, easily standing up to wear and tear over time. Take them outside, take them to the pool or roll them around your house. The large pieces make them easy to find and clean up and they float so you’ll never lose pieces in the water.

With a recommended age from 4-16, Qubits grow with your kids. They’re even fun for adults. If you have other building toys, Qubits plays well with others, integrating with Lego, K’nex, SuperStruts, Hot Wheels and more.

In formal education environments, Qubits is a great STEM tool and is currently used in classrooms and schools across the country as a fun teaching aid.

No matter if you’re looking for a great toy for play or for education, Qubits is a great choice.

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