MTa STEM Kit
- 6 x sets of MTa STEM components (6 large bags)
- 7 x Introductory STEM activities
- 12 x Intermediate STEM activities
- 5 x Advanced STEM activities
- Access to MTa online resources
Powerful and engaging STEM activities to inspire young people, and to cultivate skills and competencies. Prepare young people for their careers, and prepare them for the world.
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You’ll get unlimited access to the MTa App & learning resources
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An experienced facilitator is always on hand to answer your questions
You want to want to inspire young people and help them unleash their inner potential, with a strong focus developing human skills in a STEM context.
6 large bags of high quality MTa components, along with facilitator guides, participant briefs and reflection questions. Enough for up to 30 young people working simultaneously.
These thought provoking STEM activities are ideal in the classroom, youth groups, corporate outreach, at a STEM club, on national STEM day and much more. Indoor or outdoor, anything goes.
Each activity is mapped to at least 4 STEM learning outcomes and the STEM Kit can be expanded or combined with other products in our range.
Our stimulating STEM activities are easy to plan using the facilitator content in the manuals and MTa online. They’re intuitive to deliver, and designed to engage.
From year 2 / 3rd grade to young adult: all STEM learning is designed to be tied back to the workplace and to lasting, real-world learning outcomes
Careers in science push the boundaries of human knowledge and experience, and lead to the incremental breakthroughs that continue to improve our lives. Use an MTa STEM Kit to develop skills like conceptual thinking, accurate measurement, drawing conclusions from results, and revising plans based on data that will inspire young people to pursue an interest in science.
In an ever-more technical world, young people with an ability to think and move fluently will have the advantage. MTa STEM activities instil skills like using newly acquired knowledge, a positive attitude to change, logical thinking, and others that will help young people move toward tech fluency.
Engineers design and build the world around us, and understanding levers, pivots, centre of gravity and similar concepts is a mandatory part of their skillset. The MTa STEM Kit includes activities to foster these skills, whether creating stable structures that carry a load, using structures as sub-assemblies, and many more.
Our STEM activities teach core maths skills like understanding angles, tessellation, geometry, estimating, linking mathematics with physical objects, and more. By applying these skills in real-world settings, young people are able to make the connection between theory and practical application: a key distinction that doesn’t always come through in the classroom.
Team building equipment for kids should be fun and engaging while delivering lasting learning outcomes. The MTa STEM kit contains many easy team building activities for kids to instil the basics of team working, through to more complex concepts like inner-team working, agreeing on plans and more.
By teaching young people how to challenge preconceptions and norms, to think analytically, and to take creative approaches to questions, our STEM equipment develops critical thinking faculties that will be invaluable in later life.
Every single session is positive using the MTa STEM kit. It’s universally liked and with a clear brief anyone can be engaged with it.
This should be the first piece of STEM material you should buy. It’s versatile, it lasts and it’s cost effective. Combine it with a few laptops and a pneumatic rocket launcher and you’re all set to deliver STEM.
I use the MTa STEM kit for two quite different purposes. I run weekly ‘constructioneering’ exercises with my year 7 – 9 maths club. The kids enjoy using the kit and find the activities challenging and memorable. I think pupils who aren’t necessary that interested in STEM yet would benefit from using these activities too, so I’m hoping to work it into the curriculum for next year.
I also use it in PHSE (Personal, Health and Social Education) lessons to focus on personal skills. I’ve found that it offers some really important learning opportunities: I’ve seen children develop their adaptability, resilience and problem-solving skills. It’s great to see them improve their team skills and increase their engagement levels as the activities progress.
I am often asked when we can get the STEM kit out again.