Discovery Engine Works

Have you noticed your son’s particular interest in cars? Does he consistently bug you about how cars work whenever you drive? Or is he that curious whenever you work on something under your car’s hood? If yes, then why don’t you let his interest and curiosity lead him to a fun and educational experience? Make him feel like a true car enthusiast by letting him work on his own engine with this geek gadget called Discovery Engine Works.

The Discovery Engine Works is composed of over 100 internal and external moving parts that your child will sure have fun assembling. Although at first he may find it complicated to build, but once he starts putting the engine together, for sure he won’t stop until he gets the job done. Putting the parts together is quite intriguing. But with the help of the instruction manual that is included in the package, he won’t find it difficult at all. And while doing so, he will sure understand how the parts work together such as the valves, spark plugs, and pistons.

This battery-operated moving engine is really one of the best gadget toys that you can give to your son. It is not only fun and educational, but it also teaches him a very important value and that is patience. Since there are over 100 moving parts that he needs to assemble, he will sure learn the importance of being patient in order to build this authentic, working engine successfully.

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  1. My grandson received this as a gift and it has no instructions inside the box. Can you help me with this?

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