May 7-8, 2004: BC Science Teacher's Association: Catalyst 2004 Conference Thanks to all the science teachers who visited our booth and saw how Zome can be used as in chemistry, biology, physics, and geology lessons; and that Zome models are much bigger and easier to see than regular molecular models; and Zome models are also more sturdy and easier to build though not as tasty as gumdrops and toothpicks.
Mar 25-26, 2004: Royal Columbian Hospital Craft Fair Thanks to all the staff and visitors who came by our table! Several people have said "I wish I had this when I was younger". Good news, because when we say Zome is approriate for all ages six and up, it means it is a powerful and open-ended kit suitable for kids and adults. In fact, Zome was originally designed and is flexible enough as a tool for architecture, science and engineering; but it is easy enough that even kids can start building immediately.
Mar 6, 2004: BC Association of Mathematics Teachers: New Teachers K-12 Conference Thanks to everyone who came to take a look at our display table amidst the packed conference programme. One can tell that there are math and science lovers present when there are exchanges like "what do all the holes in the ball represent?", "They are the lines of symmetry in an icosahedron", "Reminds me of my molecular modelling kit."
Jan 17-21, 2004: Sunbrite Chinese New Year Festival Thanks for visiting our booth! We hoped you enjoyed seeing all the Zome models and had a chance to try Zome. We especially enjoyed seeing how quickly children were able to start building with Zome, and how they wanted to keep on creating. That's replay value! If you have any questions or want to order a Zome product, just contact us.