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Qubits Toy - As Seen on ABC Shark Tank

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  Our family business was shown on ABC Shark Tank on Feb. 6th 2010. That was the first big exposure for Qubits building toys. My Dad a former member of the USAF, and holding a degree in Architecture, created the toys to permit children to build with a toy that was different, able to create 3D engineered structures that are stronger, bigger and more flexible than simple old fashioned Brick Toys. Prior to going onto this TV show my Dad also created, grew, and sold a balloon company that reached $2 million in sales during its peak years. His first venture, The Incredible Balloon Machine Company allowed him to walk into the Shark Tank with a business track record. Qubits are based on designs drawn from nature. Triangulated pieces...

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Qubits – a unique and creative toy for children and adults! #STEM

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The first thing that struck me about Qubits was its’ many educational applications.  For example, the toy itself could help with the development of visual motor planning, organizational and processing skills.

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We did it! --- Actually THEY did it!

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The Stem Academy worked for three days to build the parts necessary to construct a huge tower! - The Stem Academy is located at Wadsworth Elementary School and the Tower was built in the cafeteria where the ceiling height is 20ft. - During Dr. Seuss Night we worked together during the night of the event so that we would be able to break the tower record made by Lincoln Logs. That measure was 12'-4". Well at 7:30 that night we called out our measurement and came up with 14'-1". The City Engineer for Palm Coast, FL was there to officiate. What a great moment caught on camera. The next day the kids and teacher of the year - Martin Evans,...

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Toy Sparks Imaginations of Flagler STEM Students

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WHY YOUR KIDS NEED GENDER NEUTRAL TOYS

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The line dividing what’s considered “boy toys” versus “girl toys” has been drawn even deeper in the sand than ever before.

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STEM centric blog Assistivetek Reviews Qubits Toy

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Qubits-Delightful & Engaging Construction Toy for the Classroom  Growing up one of my favorite toys to get for my birthday was an Erector set. Every year I would look forward to my parents purchasing for me a new kit. I can remember opening the kit looking at all the various parts and imagining everything that I could build with it. For many students who have grown up in the age of digital electronics many of them did not have the first-hand experience of making things or creating things using blocks and toys that spark their imagination.One of the latest movements that we have seen in the schools is the concept of Maker Spaces. It is within these environments the teachers are able...

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Qubits Toy tests Tag-a-long Racer at MakersFaire Orlando

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Whenever we make a new construction we enjoy sharing it with customers directly. The weather on Saturday held up for our third MakersFaire in Orlando. It didn't rain until the late afternoon allowing for many lawn races with the small vehicles made with Qubits Toy parts. We were encouraged by many parents that this would be a project of great interest for their families. We plan to post instructions and kit parts soon. The larger Qubits Racer would require three of the boxed kits, so it represents a large project. Those solid wheels take up 36 Qubits pieces per wheel! We are also working on smaller wheels that will allow for a Mini-Racer. All racers have been zip tied (4")...

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Qubits Toy is a part of the event “Build It” Exploring Architecture with Art and Constructive Play at the Akron Art Museum

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  Akron, Ohio— The Akron Art Museum opens “Build It,” a new interactive exhibition on Thursday, July 16, 2015 featuring works from the museum collection that provide a glimpse into how artists envision buildings and the world around them. “Build It” creates an environment in the gallery for visitors to draw inspiration from artwork filled with images of architecture and buildings, while they engage in creative construction with different types of building blocks – oversized, odd-shaped, magnetic, and more. The inventor of Qubits toy is a licensed architect in the State of California. As such we are proud to be recognized by this Art Museum in Akron Ohio.

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Maker Faire Orlando 2014

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