A Whole School STEM Resource
Moti-Lab is an interactive “pop up” mobile laboratory designed to engage all kids in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths or STEM education.
A true whole school resource.
It’s an easy way for you to provide practical learning to deepen understanding of all types of Science and Maths all within Engineering challenges, for every child.
Moti-Lab is curriculum focused – with over 70 and growing teaching resources – covering many aspects of EYFS, SEND and Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 curriculum. This is added to by infinite child led, multi sensory learning and learning through play.
Moti-Lab isn’t just restricted to STEM education, it is a whole school resource that can be used for almost any type of learning, it’s amazing for fostering collaboration and teamwork, maths reasoning, vocabulary and literacy. The uses of Moti-Lab are pretty much endless and up to your imagination!
Watch A Quick Experiment
This philosophy is one we at Moti-Lab share so we have designed all our products to be used by children, finding the answers to challenges through hands on experimentation and investigation and problem solving, to find “their best answer”.
Moti-Lab is super engaging for kids, it will help you deliver a vast range of learning regardless of age or ability of the kids.
It’s designed for all kids 2-11 and covers Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 it’s and the practical and sensory nature makes it invaluable for those with Special Education Needs and Disabilities.
Moti-Lab is mobile and easy to set up so can be used right across your setting as a shared resource, making it real value for your setting.
And Most Of All Using Moti-Lab is GREAT FUN!
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