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About Moti-Lab

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A Whole School STEM Resource

Do you want to be able to deliver amazing hands on science experiments and practical maths for every child in your school?  Everyday?

Invest in Moti-Lab and you can!

Moti-Lab is a “pop up”, mobile laboratory for super fun, engaging and interactive STEM education.  The children will love it!

Easy to teach with and backed with Curriculum focused lesson plans and CPD.  The teachers will love it!

Watch A Quick Experiment

A Teacher surrounded by KS2 science students using Moti-Lab to teach about efficiency

Moti-Lab’s magnetic gutters, wheels and switches can be used with water, balls or anything else that flows to explore a whole host of “hands on” science experiments, practical maths and open ended experiential learning.  (To see the Moti-Lab kit click here)

The intuitive magnetic system allows children to test, record results, change strategy / hypothesise and retest in an instant giving amazing results for promoting working scientifically.

Curriculum focused for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 and fantastic for SEND – Moti-Lab facilitates intuitive and inspirational learning that will benefit every child in your school.

It’s easy to use and really fun to teach with backed with high quality resources for teachers.

Curriculum Focused

With over 70 and growing teaching resources – covering many aspects of EYFS, SEND and Key Stage 1 andKey Stage 2 maths and science 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, topic vocabulary and more.  The uses of Moti-Lab are pretty much endless and up to your imagination!

Click on the links below to find out more in your particular area of focus.

primary
SEND - Special Education Needs & Disabilities
Early Years - EYFS

Our Philosophy

“Tell me and I forget,

teach me and I may remember,

involve me and I learn”

– Benjamin Franklin

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”.

Intuitive to use and engaging, it will help you deliver a vast range of learning regardless of age or ability of the children.

It’s designed for all learners 2-11 and covers Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 , the practical and sensory nature also 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.

Click on the links above to see what more Moti-Lab can do for your Primary, EYFS and SEND learners.


And Most Of All Using Moti-Lab is GREAT FUN!


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