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The 'Labyrinth' Educational Toy Teaches Players About Recycling

 - Jun 21, 2018
References: greensnoteasy & tuvie
The 'Labyrinth' educational toy is a tabletop game that will provide participants with a way to learn about recycling in a fun, interactive way that also promote motor skill development.

Consisting of wooden components and 3D-printed pieces, the game works by having users work together to create complex systems that will shift marbles around to different areas. The expandable design of the game enables users to work on their design for extended periods without feeling restricted by their equipment.

The 'Labyrinth' educational toy was designed as a project for a graduate project at Falmouth University in the UK under the category of Sustainable Product Design. As parents seek to educate their children more on the environment and ways to do their part, we could continue to see more interactive toys and games come about that focus on recycling.