When scientist Chris Cochella watched his young children play, he realized that what they imagined couldn't be executed with blocks and other traditional toys.
So he invented Brackitz. The planks and connectors can connect at any point, at any angle, so builders can design any structure they can imagine.
Inspire imagination and creativity with Brackitz' award-winning open-ended toys. From simple to complex, small scale to enormous, create gravity-defying, 3D structures that put into play real-life artistic, mathematical, scientific, architectural, and engineering principles. Homeschool STEM learning at its finest!
And with Brackitz, your children's creations are durable--and portable! No more crying over bumped blocks.
Intentionally open-ended toys, Brackitz encourages imagination, unrestricted by step-by-step instructions. The possibilities truly are endless. Brackitz' large planks and connectors are simple enough for young children to attach, and they grow with the children as they're able to imagine and design more complex creations.
A pulley is a simple machine that is made with a string wrapped around a wheel. It changes the direction of the force, making it easier to lift things.
Pulleys are a great way to explore STEM learning.
Building with Brackitz goes to a new level with the Pulleys Set. With the addition of pulleys, string, crank and a bucket, kids as young as four can now design and create zip-lines, cranes, elevators, draw-bridges and so much more. The possibilities are truly endless!
The Brackitz Pulleys 77-Piece Set includes 77 pieces and directions for 8 contraptions: from a moving drawbridge, to a 4-foot flying zip-line, to a bucket escalator.
With pulleys, axles, hubs, hook, crank and string, engineers of all ages will have fun building and cranking contraptions that haul, lift, slide and move up and down. Construction with no hard hat required!