Available exclusively on KEVAplanks.com
People of all ages enjoy playing with KEVA planks - children never outgrow them and adults enjoy them just as much as kids. Hardwood maple is super durable, so your planks will look beautiful and stack perfectly for a lifetime. They won't wear down even when you play with them all day, every day. This set is great for builders who want to make bigger projects, or for several people building at once. You’ll never regret having 800 planks.
Unleash creative sculpting freedom and hours of original ideas with 800 all natural, premium maple KEVA Planks.
Each tub holds 400 planks and weighs 16 pounds when full. The tubs come with lids and stack easily for compact, flexible storage.
- - 800 premium maple KEVA planks
- - Large opening for easy clean up
- - Industrial-grade plastic for sturdy, long-term use
- - Textured tub surface resists scratches and wear
- - Two stacking tubs make sharing and stowing planks a breeze
With 800 planks, several people can build together. Inspire collaboration and practice engineering at the same time. Engaging projects make hands-on learning, creating, and experimenting an everyday event.
Includes 800 super durable maple planks, four different laminated idea cards (8.5" x 5.5") packed with project ideas, 2 reference cards with dozens of open-ended KEVA challenges, ten balls, and 2 stackable plastic storage tubs with lids.
Maple KEVA planks are proudly made in the U.S.A.
1 Tub with 400 planks weighs 16 lbs.
Total: 32 lbs.
Each tub: 16" x 22" x 7”
800 Maple KEVA planks
2 Large stackable plastic tubs with lids
4 Heavy duty laminated idea cards, includes 1 card each for Simple Projects, Advanced Projects, Structures, and Kinetics. The heavy duty laminated idea cards are 16 pt for thickness, 2 mil lamination for durability, and rounded corners for safety (8.5" x 5.5").
10 KEVA balls
5 Starter cards for 3D Challenges
2 Reference Cards with open-ended challenges and activities
1000 Planks vs. 800 Planks vs. 400 Planks
Yes, one has 200 more planks, 400 more planks, etc. than the other.
The support materials these sets come with are identical, the biggest difference is the storage container. The wooden rolling bin is the only option for 1000 pieces. The 800 piece set has 3 options: canvas bags, plastic tubs, or smaller drawstring bags. The set you are looking at right now comes with 2 stackable black plastic tubs and lids.
The more planks you have, you can either build with more people at the same time, or build bigger projects. People will build as long as there are planks available. As a minimum, we recommend 100 planks per person - but don't mistake that for meaning this set is only for big groups and families. Having plenty of planks means you can dream big: go to the ceiling; build a big bridge from one coffee table to the next; replicate a Frank Llloyd Wright compound; encapsulate your best friend in a KEVA tower; have a game night.
So far, nobody has regretted bringing home more planks than they thought they might need. Go big, and bring a bunch of planks home.
Educator vs. Designer Products vs. Mindware Products
Our designer collection is available exclusively on kevaplanks.com and includes small-run and unique KEVA products. Designer products use the highest quality maple planks which last a lifetime. You could put these in your will if you want. These sets come with storage options made to match your home decor so that you don't get confused into thinking these are made just for kids. These sets come with KEVA balls so you can make traditional structures or ball runs, and the idea cards are laminated for durability.
Educator sets are designed for use in classrooms, libraries, museums, and other spaces where they'll be used by many people, especially people who are new to building with planks. These spaces need storage and supporting materials that are more durable than products made for use in a home. With these sets, we send you laminated cards that can be passed around by a larger group, and include ideas for educators on how to make the most of KEVA in your classroom or makerspace.
The Mindware collection is available on our website or through Mindware.com, an official distributor.
Maple vs. Pine
Designer and Educator sets exclusively come with maple planks. Maple is a hardwood that resists finger oils and can stand up to heavy use over years of play in the home, classrooms, libraries, and museums. Pine is a softer wood, making pine planks better suited for use in homes.
They have identical dimensions, so you can use them together if you want. They have different densities, so you might notice different balance with tall structures. Maple planks tend to "keep their corners" over time, so you can continue making precise structures and vertical stacks over the long run.
We have lots of ideas ready. Visit our KEVA Resource Center or use the cards included with your set to get started. Check out our blog and YouTube channel for more instructions and how-to's.