Smartivity - Pirate Telescope

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Smartivity Pirates Telescope: Build your own collapsible pocket telescope with Smartivity Pirate’s Telescope STEAM Educational Construction Toy kit. Designed for young explorers and adventurers, the Pirate’s Telescope kit comes with all the parts and a step-by-step instruction manual needed to assemble an 8x magnification pocket telescope.

The retractable mechanism allows your child to adjust the focus and learn the fundamentals of lens system-based magnification. This amazing pocket telescope will also introduce your child to a magical way of measuring height and distances based on trigonometric ratios!

Each kit includes a thorough instruction manual with easy-to-understand, richly illustrated, color-coded, one-step-per-page, step-by-step instructions to build this cool construction toy.

Smartivity Pirate’s Telescope is the coolest way to learn the fundamentals of optics and also a practical way to understand the application of the complex concept of trigonometric ratios, helping children connect the abstract mathematical concept to real-world benefits.

Key Features

  • Best Gift for 8-14 yr girls & boys: Build, Play, Learn.

  • STEM Concepts: Refraction, Depth of Vision and Trigonometric Ratios Best educational gift for kids: A perfect exploratory, and blended learning to empower young minds with the engagement that is state-of-the-art and tailored for

  • Generation Next Sustainable: Imported Premium Pine Wood.

  • Smartivity product is tested for stringent safety certifications by international toy safety agencies.

Recommended Age

Suitable for ages 8+.

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Smartivity Features

STEAM is the Future. STEAM jobs are growing 1.7x more than non-STEAM jobs. We felt that Indian education made children incapable of facing future challenges. We designed toys that incorporated the power of play with the fun of learning

While the world had moved on, the toy industry in India, we felt, was stuck in the past. There was hardly any innovation, with the bulk of the toys being imported from China. We wanted to create affordable and accessible toys that are proudly made in India.

With family units getting smaller and screen time longer, we felt the need to design toys that could help family members spend quality time together