Let's play with architecture through free creation!
Cacapo Type E is a toy that combines paper tubes and joints to get children interested in architecture in a physical way.
They can learn about the areas of art and architecture, which are emphasized in STEAM education, while playing.
The 'A' in STEAM education stands for Art and Architecture
it is a key concept in modern education that comprises Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. In particular, the 'A' in this philosophy encompasses the whole idea of Art, such as Design, Architecture, and Liberal Arts, which is considered the basis of all elements of STEAM. It is said to be an area that opens up great possibilities for children.
Skills to be acquired:
From geometric shapes to solids, and from solids to buildings of a size that children can fit into, they will learn mathematical skills through experience.
By playing with their own bodies, children develop a sense of human scale and distance from others.
Bigger and more complex! Children will need to communicate with other people, and also they create a story together.
>>The power of art and design:
Children develop artistic skills by discovering new shapes and transforming their perspectives. They think about how they spend their time inside and learn how to design their uses.
It's a simple system - one image after another - and children can concentrate for a long time!
Which combination will give you the same length?
The paper tubes come in four different lengths and are designed to be combined with three different joints to create the same length. Through play, children experience mathematical thinking and learn to create stable shapes for construction.