STEAM and STEM Learning

 An approach for younger students with EverBlock. While focusing on these crucial issues it prepares the minds of children for a successful future in these fields.

It integrates the disciplines of art, design and philosophy into the ideology of learning through problem solving.

How can EverBlock be used in learning programs ?

EverBlock blocks to allow children to explore the principles of design, engineering and math in a fun and challenging way.

Imagine your students building bridges, houses, furniture, and countless other creations, all the while learning how to think in 3D, and developing their solutions, organizational and planning skills.

Collaboration, cooperation, and communication

The EverBlock interlocking system is unique and inspiring, allowing you to truly create usable objects such as furniture, wall systems, and classroom décor.

Thanks to our 3D Virtual Simulator , you can create amazing projects.

EverBlock is also suitable for children from 3 years old, they can use them to start working on colors, quantities and shapes.


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How to manage spaces and furnishings in a School

With the EverBlock modular system, it has never been easier to design spaces and modify them as needed. You do not need the help of specialized personnel, equipment, glues or paints.

And verBlock had the pleasure of working with a New York school to renovate one of their classrooms using our modular blocks

Create complete classrooms using EverBlock and add an innovative touch to any educational space !

EverBlock teamed up with Pickler & Ben Show to transform this New York City classroom that kids LOVED it! Special thanks to Kellie Pickler and Ben Aaron and to PS 119 !!!

There are literally hundreds of ways to use EverBlock in your education program

There are many ways to use EverBlock in educational programs as EverBlock is a creative medium for expression and learning. You can decide the schedule or let the students express their creativity, all while having fun in the process.

Learn English by playing with EverBlock.

A method also used by Open Minds, a school that teaches English at home. EverBlock can be used to help children form English sentences. One of the most common difficulties is in fact putting together the words that children know, to form harmonious sentences.

This can happen for several reasons: if a child hears little English, he tends to memorize the vocabulary, but has a hard time activating the sentence formation mechanism. This has a neuro-linguistic explanation: the child learns the grammatical and syntactic rules to form sentences through immersion, automatically and unconsciously (this is the mechanism by which we learn the mother tongue as children, but it is replicated every time we search to learn a foreign language).
As we grow up, the effort to memorize single words almost always rewards us: if we try to broaden our vocabulary, we almost always end up learning many new words. In fact, the ability to learn new words is open throughout life, both in the native language and in a foreign language. Conversely, putting together single words to form correct sentences is much less easy because we usually do not learn it consciously but “absorb it from the environment”.
So, if we don’t have the ability to immerse ourselves in the language, how can we activate the ability to form sentences with the words we know?

There are several didactic strategies but EverBlock bricks are a very interesting possibility. It involves creating a sequence of bricks, associating a color to a part of the speech. For example, if we decide that red bricks are nouns, we can choose names and write them on the red bricks with an erasable marker.
If we decide that the blue bricks are the verbs, we will write verbs on blue bricks. For adjectives, we can use white bricks. For the prepositions we can choose the yellow bricks and use the most common ones: ON, IN, AT, UNDER, OF …… For the articles we can use the green bricks.
So let’s use EverBlock bricks to build the sentences. We teach them the sequence of colors.

ARTICLE + ADJECTIVE + NAME = Green + White + Red
ARTICLE + ADJECTIVE + NAME + VERB = Green + white + red + blue

Children can choose the bricks based on the color and then read the farce that comes out. The sentences can be sensible (The little girls eat a cake) or “silly” (The blue frogs read a table), depending on whether the child chooses the individual words or assembles only the sentences based on the colors. In any case, children learn to:
Put sentences in correct order
Associate grammar categories with word order
This exercise is very motivating: children love making word trains. In the case of the “silly” phrases it is also a lot of fun to assemble the bricks without looking at the labels and then read the phrases. The vocabulary is also greatly expanded and many words are learned at high frequency. This game can also be used with children who have learning and reading difficulties as it is an intuitive way to get them to start constructing sentences.

Use bricks to make math learning easier

A child, it is well known, thinks above all of playing. At the same time, it is very curious, it is true. But it is very difficult to teach a child something by adopting a very professional method. This will quickly bore him and prove completely counterproductive in the end.

Even school education, if offered too seriously and academically, is often ineffective.

Our experience has allowed us to become aware of the truth and acuteness of this sentence: teaching, when it is addressed to a child, must be playful. Mixing fun and learning is the best way to achieve good results in the little ones. Pleasure arouses interest and therefore attention and concentration.

When we teach a child, the secret is to adopt a playful pedagogy.

Teachers who see the best results with young learners are those who can offer play-based, fun and enjoyable teaching. This truth is perfectly highlighted by the success of the experience of Alycia Zimmerman, a primary school teacher, who decided to teach math to her students using bricks.

It’s such a simple yet brilliant idea !!

In fact, the bricks are perfect for displaying fractions, proportions and exponents in an intuitive way.
No boring and easily misunderstood theoretical explanation, no loss of attention, because we are used to playing with bricks from an early age and therefore we know their structure and capacity well.
Using the bricks you can quickly see the difference between part and whole, as in the photo below.

A more complex lesson could be that of the elevation to the second of the numbers, but through this system there is no doubt, thanks to the raised square protrusions typical of the brick. All that remains is to count and that’s it. This method can help blind children with learning.

Even the hamlets, which have always been the bugbear of younger students, can be visualized with bricks. For parents who have tried everything to make their children learn math, we recommend the Zimmerman method.
In addition, everyone likes the colored bricks from that world is world and will make them the coolest in school.

Teaching Chemistry with EverBlock

Sometimes it is not easy for a lower secondary school teacher to explain topics that have to do with the infinitely small or the infinitely large.
In particular, the study of chemistry presents many difficulties as students have to think about theoretical elements that do not have a visual and tactile correspondence. Even simple experiments that rarely can be done in the classroom are not very effective compared to when you have the ability to manipulate models.
The concept underlying the method is that of “valence”, the ability of the elements to bind according to the number of electrons found in the outermost orbital. As the “octet” rule says, atoms tend to look for other atoms with which to bind to complete the energy levels (for the second and third level 8 is the maximum number of electrons, the one that gives stability).
Using a brick with 8 joints as a base, all the main molecules can be built on it.

To allow the pupils to have a clear understanding of the situation of the atoms, the periodic table of the elements was created which presents the corresponding brick next to the chemical symbols. So bricks of different shapes and colors represent the different atoms.

By learning to read and interpret the table correctly, it is possible to understand the valences of atoms and consequently their behavior when they are in contact with other atoms. Therefore, after a first phase of theoretical study, group work can be carried out successfully, where the contribution of cooperative learning allows all pupils to reach better levels of skills than in traditional teaching.

EverBlock blocks to allow children to explore the principles of design, engineering and math in a fun and challenging way.

Imagine your students building bridges, houses, furniture, and countless other creations, all the while learning how to think in 3D, and developing their solutions, organizational and planning skills.

After a first impact in which they thought it was a simple game, the students understood the complexity of the topic but also the logic and simplicity that comes from modeling in this way.

We then composed oxides and anhydrides, we joined them to water molecules to form acids and bases and then this same again to form salts and recreate water molecules.
The value of work is not only didactic but important methodological skills are stimulated which are used to move with ease in facing problems and finding solutions in all situations that may arise in their personal and professional life.

An innovative method for building molecules conceived by Prof. Riccardo Bonomi

Art & Design with EverBlock

It seems strange to think of an approach to art that does not pass from pencil and paper. If you think about it, there are many artists who have put color and geometric shape at the center of their works: the Cubists, some works by Picasso, Mondrian. We can also reproduce a still life on a large scale, divide the drawing with a grid and color it by applying the bricks as in a mosaic.

We often tend to confuse, sometimes merge, Street Art and Graffiti .

The Graffiti exist since time immemorial, just think that our most distant ancestors used them as a means of even before he appeared writing communication. The real Graffiti, however, is much closer to us and was born in the seventies in Philadelphia on trains, and then quickly moved to the New York ghettos, with hip – hop and with the appearance of the aerosol can. The movement is characterized by the study of the letter and the use of Tag , or the pseudonym of the writer himself which is repeated as many times as possible, since it is the quantity that affirms the importance of a graffiti artist.


The Street Art differs greatly from Graffiti, not so much in the manner, and for the purpose. Street artists create works to amaze , excite and make those who come across them reflect . Behind a work of Urban Art there is always a larger and more complete project, with the aim of giving a specific sensation in those who see it, even if only by chance.


Workshops in schools.

3D Education Design

Often, even when there is no lack of ideas, it is difficult for many teachers to prepare for the drafting of the educational and didactic planning. For this reason, the EverBlock 3D design platform is accessible to everyone! Kids will be able to express their fantasy online and reproduce their work from life.

Our manufacturer reproduces exactly what you want to achieve in shapes, colors and sizes. Beyond the concept of design, there are topics such as mathematics for the calculation of measurements and costs, art for the combination of shapes and colors and, as always, team work.

It is possible to design characters, animals or anything you want, but also environments, furnishings or topics related to the school program.

Many schools are already doing educational workshops with EverBlock bricks! We remind you that there is no need for equipment, glues or qualified people for its use. EverBlock is certified for children aged 3 and over. In addition to the classic plastic version also suitable for load-bearing constructions, EverBlock Junior in cardboard is also available .

To try our 3D builder, simply access the 

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EverBlock’s structural integrity makes them ideal for construction and collaboration projects. The blocks are light enough for elementary and middle school students to work with ease, yet sturdy enough to build. Reliable for load-bearing structures and ideal for advanced projects.

With channels built into each of the blocks, it is easy to pass electrical cables and LED light strips for construction. It allows older students to add functionality and incorporate blocks into all kinds of science, engineering, and art projects.

With 16 colors to choose from and 7 block types, EverBlock offers a large assortment of templates and design projects. EverBlock can be used to design online in 3D and build live designs later, making it easy to build sculptures and installations.