How does a vehicle move? What makes a plane/car/bike aerodynamic? What materials/recyclable objects can we use to build a toy car?

We can find a lot of toys that move in shops, but children usually don’t know how it happens. Lo-Tech Toys is a project that seeks to familiarize kids with the principles of mechanics by building small objects, playthings and vehicles.




These toys are characterized by a very simple form. You have to build them yourself and know how they work.  I love how these simple mechanisms allow to build creative toys!



Designed by the Polish studio Biuro-Kreacja, these toys for self-assembly will delight both young and old alike.

So take a piece of chalk, draw a race track and organize a race!

+ info:  Biuro Kreacja  (via)