Welcome to the Light Cube!

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We at Roylco are excited to launch our new series of posts about our brilliant Educational Light Cube! Check us out every Thursday for a brand new look at our sensory-engaging light box… and all the amazing things you can do with it. Let’s get introduced!

IMG_0123The R59601 Educational Light Cube is a sensory base that can be used for a variety of activities! Place different materials onto the Light Cube and turn the unit on. You will notice a bright, beautiful glow emitting from the Light Cube and illuminating the objects on the cube. This is a great way to engage children who would not normally respond to these materials in normal light conditions.

IMG_0247The cube has a water-resistant surface that can easily be cleaned with warm water and soap. This makes it a great base for water-based sensory activities and painting activities.

IMG_0385The Light Cube is portable, durable and a great addition to your classroom! Use it as furniture or to illuminate a low-light area, such as a reading fort.

IMG_0409Cycle through multiple light colors using the accompanying remote. There are 16 colors in total. You can make the colors strobe, flash, fade and smoothly transition between each one.

IMG_0463You can use the Light Cube to engage students in virtually any lesson plan using simple materials already in your classroom. Set up environments like this one, with animal figurines and gravel! Kids will love playing with the different sets.

IMG_0595Use the Light Cube to arrange math manipulatives on the surface. Students focus best when their attention is directed on one thing at a time, and the Light Cube does just that with its soft glow.

IMG_0632It engages students to experiment with different materials and view the effects of color-changing light!

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Practice writing skills!

IMG_8785Observe new concepts on the Light Cube, such as human or animal anatomy using our range of x-ray products!

IMG_9303Test out new sensory materials such as gel-stickers! These materials feel great on little fingers, and illuminate well on the Light Cube.

IMG_9355Stack ’em up and knock ’em down! Try out a range of building materials, such as clear plastic dollar store cups, to build your tallest colorful towers!

IMG_9484Keep your students engaged in light exploration with soft-glow lighting. Make a small fort for reading, playtime, math activities and more to amplify the effect of the Light Cube.

IMG_9508Explore what’s inside unique animal specimens!

IMG_9549Older students can join in the fun, too! Set up the Light Cube in a darkened area, and give your students tracing paper and pencils to work with. While using the Light Cube as a tracing light box, students can easily check their work and develop their own creative ideas.

IMG_9615Match up transparent sheets that are printed with various images. Here, we’ve showcased our shell x-rays.

IMG_9745Students will love watching colors leap right off the Light Cube. They can use the materials to build fantastic structures or simply observe the effects of light on color.

IMG_9813Turn on the strobing lights to get amazing responses like this one!

IMG_9915And this one! The Light Cube does it all… delight, entertain, educate and stimulate with its sleek design, bright, colorful lights and durable learning surface.

IMG_9931We’re sure you will delight in your very own Light Cube as well! Visit our Roylco Store for more details or contact your local toy/educator retail store to get your Light Cube today!

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3 thoughts on “Welcome to the Light Cube!

  1. Are these available in Canada? How much are they? I love the different colours of light being built in! Is one of the options a black light?

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