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Momentix Toys with Anna Gilbertson and Alana Aamodt

August 17, 2020 Anna Gilbertson, Alana Aamodt
Momentix Toys with Anna Gilbertson and Alana Aamodt
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KidsLab - a podcast for parents and educators passionate about STEAM education
Momentix Toys with Anna Gilbertson and Alana Aamodt
Aug 17, 2020
Anna Gilbertson, Alana Aamodt

In this episode, I am talking to Anna Gilbertson and Alana Aamodt from Momentix Toys. They  make toys that use chain reaction machines to teach critical STEAM skills to kids 7 and up.

My two interviewees make up the founding team of Momentix Toys -  Anna and Alana. They met in college while studying physics and that’s also where the idea for Momentix first came up and started to develop.

Momentix Toys has been kickstarted early 2020 is still quite on track despite the Corona Pandemic. I cannot wait to try it out, really. Momentix Toys is all about building chain reaction machines to teach STEM skills. Kids can build chain reaction machines using the building blocks that are provided, then they combine it with typical household items and - voila - there’s a chain reaction machine that waits to be tried out. 

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In this episode, I am talking to Anna Gilbertson and Alana Aamodt from Momentix Toys. They  make toys that use chain reaction machines to teach critical STEAM skills to kids 7 and up.

My two interviewees make up the founding team of Momentix Toys -  Anna and Alana. They met in college while studying physics and that’s also where the idea for Momentix first came up and started to develop.

Momentix Toys has been kickstarted early 2020 is still quite on track despite the Corona Pandemic. I cannot wait to try it out, really. Momentix Toys is all about building chain reaction machines to teach STEM skills. Kids can build chain reaction machines using the building blocks that are provided, then they combine it with typical household items and - voila - there’s a chain reaction machine that waits to be tried out.