InvenTABLE is perfect for STEM Education

InvenTABLE is great for teaching:

  • Spatial reasoning and physical making
  • Power tool safety
  • Effective use of sustainable materials

Check out our FAQs below to learn how to request tax exempt status or get a quote for your school!

It's not too late to preorder!

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New preorders are expected to be shipped: November 2024

Educator FAQs


Meet curricular standards with InvenTABLE

InvenTABLE is great for teaching engineering, making, and design thinking! This makes it perfect for many content standards including but not limited to:

  • Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), for example 3-5 ETS.
  • Pennsylvania STEELS standards, for example 3.5.3-5.M.
  • New York State Science Learning Standards (NYSSLS), for example 3-5 ETS

The Inventor's Workbook Add-on will include projects and instructional content that can be used in the classroom for lessons that fit these standards, too!


From real users, educators, & toy experts

InvenTABLE is a true game-changer for young creators, sparking creativity and enabling safe exploration. It's such a fun maker tool, I can't help but wish I had one when I was a kid!

Brendan Boyle

Toy Inventor @ Fust London | Adjunct Professor @ Stanford D/ School 'Design for Play' | Founder @ IDEO Play Lab

I'm really excited to see such an accessible tool that our students can safely use without having lots of adult hands on deck. Feeling empowered in that way would be game changing for our middle schoolers.

Alexis Sutch

Manager of Youth Programs @ The Franklin Institute

My son makes things out of cardboard all the time, but scissors and box cutters aren't safe. This is the perfect solution.


Father of 8 year old

There's so much autonomy in it and my daughter was so proud of what she made.


Mother of 9 year old

I love that my kid is learning about power tool safety and how to respect them. I'm less scared she'll hurt herself on mine.


Father of 9 year old