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Huvi starter set for the plane includes:

Downloadable STEAM curriculums 
Downloadable lesson plans for teacher 
Downloadable experiments, tasks, and study materials for students
Downloadable assessment guidelines
Supplements for 2 student groups
(8-10 students in total)

Extra supplements needed
(not included in Huvi box):

Plane aircraft model
A platform for flying the plane
Frames to design new wings
Fasteners for wings
Tape 
Cling film
 

Wind 
Hot glue gun
Scissors 
Paper knives
Materials for designing wings
(e.g reusable plastic, cardboard etc)

Plane set

Each extra box +450 €
In case your class is bigger than 10 students,
you need more boxes for the best teamwork experience. 1 extra box covers a group of 4-5 students. Extra boxes are available when ordering.

1990 €

Motor OÜ

Tartu mnt 84a
10112 Tallinn
Estonia

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Huvi’s plane solution discovers the world of flying and planes. Encouraging students to think like engineers, discover the world of aerodynamics, build their own planes and master the art of time management. Sky is the limit, or is it?

As engineering enthusiasts, students will tackle the exciting challenge of designing wings for their airplane models. Collaboratively, they will brainstorm, create, and test different wing designs to determine which configuration allows their planes to fly as far as possible. Through experimentation and data analysis, they will hone their critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Creativity 
Entrepreneurship
Problem-solving 
Critical thinking
Communication 

Collaboration
Information literacy
Media literacy 
Flexibility 
Adaptability

Goal setting
Social skills
Cultural skills
Productivity 
Responsibility

What does the Plane solution teach?

Plane

The Plane starter set costs

Plane

Plane:
1 toolset for 3 projects

Imaginative Engineers

Mess at the airport

Faster, higher, farther

How is flying possible? Do the wings of my airplane fly?


Students explore the possibility of flying using birds as an example and connect it to the characteristics of airplane wings. As test pilots, students assess how an airplane flies with self-crafted wings.


Subjects: mathematics, science

What is the minimum time between planes taking off? How to organize ground traffic at the airport?


Students investigate how to control aircraft movement, maneuvering, takeoff, and landing at the airport. They establish a timetable for managing the takeoff and landing of planes to ensure there are no congestions or empty gaps at the airport, while also ensuring safety and efficient ground traffic.


Subjects: mathematics, science, social studies

Which wings carry the fastest and farthest?

As engineering enthusiasts, students will tackle the exciting challenge of designing wings for their airplane models, test them, and then select the most efficient ones.



Subjects: physics, mathematics, history, technology, arts

Huvi’s plane solution discovers the world of flying and planes. Encouraging students to think like engineers, discover the world of aerodynamics, build their own planes and master the art of time management. Sky is the limit, or is it?

As engineering enthusiasts, students will tackle the exciting challenge of designing wings for their airplane models. Collaboratively, they will brainstorm, create, and test different wing designs to determine which configuration allows their planes to fly as far as possible. Through experimentation and data analysis, they will hone their critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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Motor OÜ

Tartu mnt 84a
10112 Tallinn
Estonia

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Huvi starter set for the plane includes:

Plane set

Plane aircraft model
A platform for flying the plane
Frames to design new wings
Fasteners for wings
Tape 
Cling film
Downloadable STEAM curriculums 
Downloadable lesson plans for teacher 
Downloadable experiments, tasks, and study materials for students
Downloadable assessment guidelines
Supplements for 2 student groups (8-10 students in total)

Wind 
Hot glue gun
Scissors 
Paper knives
Materials for designing wings
(e.g reusable plastic, cardboard etc)

Plane

Each extra box +450 €
In case your class is bigger than 10 students,
you need more boxes for the best teamwork experience. 1 extra box covers a group of 4-5 students. Extra boxes are available when ordering.

The Plane starter set costs

1990 €

 for a free test kit

Book a demo

Extra supplements needed
(not included in Huvi box):

Creativity
Entrepreneurship
Problem-solving
Critical thinking
Communication

Collaboration
Information literacy
Media literacy
Flexibility
Adaptability

Goal setting
Social skills
Cultural skills
Productivity
Responsibility

What does the Plane solution teach?

Plane:
1 toolset 3 projects

Imaginative Engineers

Mess at the airport

Faster, higher, farther

How is flying possible? Do the wings of my airplane fly?


Students explore the possibility of flying using birds as an example and connect it to the characteristics of airplane wings. As test pilots, students assess how an airplane flies with self-crafted wings.


Subjects: mathematics, science crafts, language arts, and social studies


What is the minimum time between planes taking off? How to organize ground traffic at the airport?”
Students investigate how to control aircraft movement, maneuvering, takeoff, and landing at the airport. They establish a timetable for managing the takeoff and landing of planes to ensure there are no congestions or empty gaps at the airport, while also ensuring safety and efficient ground traffic.


Subjects: mathematics, science, social studies

Which wings carry the fastest and farthest?

As engineering enthusiasts, students will tackle the exciting challenge of designing wings for their airplane models, test them, and then select the most efficient ones.

Subjects: physics, mathematics, history, technology, arts

Plane