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Turing Tumble 5 pack
Turing Tumble 5 pack
Turing Tumble 5 pack
Turing Tumble 5 pack

Turing Tumble 5 pack

Regular price $299.95 (excludes taxes)

Turing Tumble is a new type of game where players (ages 8 to adult) build mechanical computers powered by marbles to solve logic puzzles. Use ramps, crossovers, bits, interceptors, gears, and gear bits to build marble-powered computers that can generate patterns, do logic, count, add, subtract, multiply, divide, and much, much more. 

This is the standard Turing Tumble kit, which includes everything you'll need to start building computers:

  • Computer board
  • Computer stand
  • 30 Ramps
  • 10 Bits
  • 8 Gear bits
  • 6 Crossovers
  • 4 Gears
  • 3 Interceptors
  • 1 Presser
  • Puzzle/comic book with 60 puzzles
  • 20 Red marbles
  • 20 Blue marbles
  • 30 Counterweights

Product Dimensions: L 18.7" x W 13.6" x H 3.9"

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I've just gotten started, but I'm already hooked and thinking of ways to incorporate the class set of Turing Tumbles into my lessons. Students struggle to understand the abstractness of computer chips, but with the Turing Tumble, they'll be able to see their logical reasoning in action. I've been giving students a one-on-one sneak peek, and they are excited to try them out.