In The World Of K'Nex

Last month I went to are local thrift store that I like to go to find things for  art ,projects and science projects  also I find a lot of used homeschooling  material there as well it always a great choice when you need to find school supplies on a budget.As I was looking around my kids came across this hidden treasure a K'Nex  kit what a surprise a full kit just sitting there so my kids automatically start playing with in the store so I ask the clerk how much he wanted for them and because I am A regular and he saw how much fun the kids were having with them he talk to the owner and they decide to give them to me  for free I was so happy and so were the kids so here is what the kit looks like


HERE IS A FEW OF THEIR LATEST CREATIONS 





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e-bok on how to build with K'Nexhttp://www.instructables.com/id/Incredible-KNEX/


Here is what I found on Wikipedia
K'NEX can be used to construct innumerable creations because many different pieces can interlock at different angles and directions. From miniature cows to complete table sets to roller coasters,[11] many objects and contraptions in various sizes can be constructed. Because K'NEX pieces are made of a strong plastic and interlock, these constructs are usually quite sturdy.
Many hobbyists have included low-power servo motors and wheels other than K'NEX in their constructions. Even real bikes (complete with bicycle wheels) have been constructed with K'NEX.

Educational Products[edit]

While all K'NEX Building Sets are educational, the company also carries a line of products that are targeted for use in the classroom. This includes building sets for creating DNA models, simple machines, life cycle models ("life cycles kit"), and geometry tools, among many other items.[12] These sets are presumably designed for preschool to high school -aged students.

Price range[edit]

New K'NEX sets can be found in many toy stores as well as online, with prices ranging from under $10 for basic packages[13] to $1,000 for a kit to build a full-sized grandfather clock.[14]


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